Pune, India- Eaton is hiring women professionals to restart their careers under their ongoing initiative – ReLaunch. The program is aimed at women in India who were on a career break due to any significant reason and are now looking to restart their professional journey.
Commenting on the program, Ashish Kapoor, Director, Human Resources, India, Eaton, shares, “ReLaunch is a career transition program that stems from Eaton’s firm belief in being a model of inclusion and diversity and creating a place where everyone belongs and everyone matters. This program is thoughtfully designed to provide a platform for women who are looking to bridge the gap between career breaks and the current job market. It offers full-time job opportunities across various domains within Eaton, enabling talented and skilled women to re-enter the workforce and unlock their full potential.”
He added, “Eaton recognizes that diversity and inclusion are key drivers of business success, and the ReLaunch program offers a unique opportunity for the company to tap into a diverse talent pool of experienced and motivated women. By leveraging the skills and expertise of these women, Eaton aims to foster a more innovative and inclusive workplace culture, driving growth and innovation across its operations in India.”
Any women who are interested to ReLaunch their career with Eaton can apply here –
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