Nutanix initiative encourages Indian women to rejoin workforce

Nutanix which is an enterprise cloud computing has now revealed a programme that is also aimed at encouraging the women who have taken a career break from the family reasons to rejoin the workforce.

The initiative which is called by the name as WomEncore, will provide the women reskilling support for the latest innovative digital technologies.

Nutanix, which has founders of the Indian origin, said in a press statement that the Indian specific programme was a part of the company continued invested in the country.

The programme initially targeted 80 women, which even comprises two intakes of 40 each throughout the year.

The two batches of the women will also undergo with four months of training that even consists of both the practical work experience and classroom learning designed to help them re-integrate better and open the door to the full employment.

“Personal sacrifice should not be a barrier to fulfilling one’s potential,” said Sankalp Saxena, senior vice president, and managing director at Nutanix India.  “WomEncore is our way of saying thank you to those women who have put family before career and ensuring that we offer a way back for talented individuals as well as a commitment to help re-launch the careers of a select few.”

WomEncore is a part of the Nutanix initiative to make sure that the opportunity and choice for the women in the science, technology, mathematics, and engineering.

Nutanix had last month opened with a new customer care support in the Pune, its second branch in India after Bangalore.

The company has also recently revealed a partnership with the Hewlett Packard Enterprise to provide the hybrid cloud service.

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Written by Udit Agarwal

Startup/Tech News Correspondent, Responsible for gathering information on the tech companies working on IOT, AI, ML, Cloud, Mobile Technologies,

Udit can be reached at [email protected]

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