One thing I can say is that it is a very safe place to work for women. There are a lot of women at senior positions.
But having said that, there are no special benefits or consideration for a woman employee in general. No flexibility and they are very stringent about their punch system. No compromise on that. No work out of home concept once in a while even if there is a genuine need. So in that respect, I call them very regressive, there are not women friendly HR policies per se. Can be quite stressful so to say. However, there are no extra working hours, people do leave in time except may be in Hotels division.
A lot of women are not able to cope up with that. But again, it depends upon which vertical you would be joining.