Infyshine promotes and encourages Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. As a Women Entrepreneur Organization, we always strive to extend our support in hiring diversified resources and Inclusion. We never discriminate race, gender, disability, religion etc.
One of our highest aims in the organization keep our values and ethics intact, and we deal with every resource fair, transparency, offering complete access and opportunities to the right resource and advancing their career goals.
Infyshine as an organization believe in equity involves increasing justice and fairness within the procedures and processes of institutions or systems, as well as in their distribution of resources equity is cantered on fair treatment.
We have created an environment in which any individual or group can be and feel welcomed, respected, supported, and valued to fully participate. We believe in Inclusion goes beyond diversity, because once we have a diverse staff, our utmost task would be retaining the talent.
Human Resources Manager always keeps a tab on employee receptiveness on Company’s cultural match, has a clearer path to see what changes are needed and accordingly fine-tune the recruitment recipe from time to time.
We also carefully watch if team is significantly less diverse, equitable or inclusive than the peer market. And upgrade time to time. We are Promoting training and events to bring awareness to DE&I in the workplace
On the cultural front, recognizing only certain holidays can unintentionally send message that only certain employees are welcome. Infyshine considers holidays that covers diverse cultures and provide floating holidays that employees may use for the respective religious observances.
Specific diversity goals were created to recruit more Young People with varied competence and fostered inclusive decision-making within the team through training, which consequently encouraged team diversity and capitalizes on diverse ideas.
The current Human Resources Distribution is:
Men – 60%
Women – 30%
Diversified – 10%
Target Leadership and Executive Roles by 2025:
Men – 50%
Women – 30%
Diversified – 20%