Although company had their own bus service, I was advised against it due to my complications. I wished to continue working till I could so needed some concession in timings, work from home options etc. But I was given neither of the options saying your role requires you to be present in the office. I also offered to work from an office location near to my house or go work thrice a week from main office and rest of the days from home. But our Talent Management head did not agree to it .
All through the time I was there, and was pregnant, I was constantly harassed by either my team member or my current boss or my ex-boss on updates on small issues which they could not resolve. My ex-boss even thrashed me over a call once saying I had not given a handover to my colleague before leaving, which was totally untrue because while doing so, my current boss was with us. I could have taken this issue with management, but our TM head realized it was not my mistake and apologized to me on her behalf.
I strongly feel such companies which make such hue and cry over best place for women to work, are practically the worst when it comes to implementing those policies.
Capgemini India has not become completely Women friendly yet. She might have to check with HR during her Interview & et her expectations very clearly before she joins.
I can assure that Capgemini is flexible in working hours for young mothers but not for a new joiner may be.