India continues to rank third lowest in the proportion of business leadership roles held by women for the third year consecutively, according to a global survey by Grant Thornton – Women in business: New perspectives on risk and reward. Women in India hold only 17 percent of senior job roles. HRC aims to bridge the skill gap in women labor force in the nation.
HR Connect is primarily devoted to the cause of women empowerment. It provides training, resources and networking opportunities to skilled and unskilled women labour force.
We aim for creating an environment for women where they can make right decisions for their benefit and the society as well.
There is no denying of fact that Indian women have made considerable progress over the previous decades. However, the struggle that women encounter is real. Delivering multiple roles effortlessly in today’s society, women form the backbone of a society and as well as of a family.
There is a need for transformation of India’s colossal women force into an effective human resource. Many are born with inherent talent and leadership skills but yearn for the right training and employment opportunities. HRC Karnataka provides them both.
We provide training provide training to women members who are engaged in various blue collar jobs. Our training will enable them to build their skills and gain formal accreditation through certification courses in multiple disciplines. We allow them to network with other members and participate in discussion forums. They can also apply for the jobs posted in our exclusive jobs section.
Skilled and experienced women leaders can provide enrichment training to the newer aspirants as well. Women leaders can become inspiring role models for beginners and the entire womenfolk of the country.
Women constitute half of the entire population of the country, and hence they need to independent in various areas for the holistic development of both women and children.
To restore the rightful and dignified status of women, our women empowerment program will provide a solid foundation to nurture the creative and self-esteem of women from different walks of life.
India has the potential to become a developed country within a few generations, but this will
not be possible without women empowerment. India aims to reach that pinnacle of growth soon, and HRC endorses the viewpoint entirely through its skill-building, training and employment support to women members.