After 11 successful edition in 7 cities, India’s first-of-its-kind large scale skill building and networking initiative from Avtar makes a comeback this year at Mumbai! Presenting SEGUE Sessions for women who are intentional about coming back to a career after a break. Don't miss this unique opportunity to meet your peers, exemplar companies that are invested in advancing women's careers and role model leaders who inspire! Register now!

Importance of Career Comeback

  • Hiring projections indicate that jobs would be opening up across sectors like IT -Software, BPO/KPO, BFSI, manufacturing, education and healthcare.
  • Talent need is vast and deep and there is a shortage of skilled, employable talent with the matching skills.
  • Map this on to the available talent pool of second career women – close to 70 lakh women from across India, currently on breaks but intentional about making the career comebacks.
  • In a 2013 research conducted by Avtar, close to 56% of organizational leaders who were employers of second career women, opined that second career women were an alternate, stable talent pool at their organizations.
  • India, the world's fastest-growing major economy, could add up to $770 billion—more than 18%—to its GDP by 2025, simply by giving equal opportunities to women, according to a report by the McKinsey Global Institute.
  • When businesses engage with second career women, it could lead to more gender inclusive norms at the familial unit level

Source: Avtar Viewport 2019


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