I was working with headstrong 4 years back. As per my experience I found it a very good working place and for women. The team I was working with never had issues with my hours spent in office if my work is done in accordance with the timelines. Although they have min hours policy that needs to be spent in office but then it's not on daily basis.
For the pros and cons I would say that they do provide the creche facility if she has little kiddos. But rest depends on the team you are working in because everyone is not same everywhere.']
If it is US then you would be expected to attend atlas some calls towards later in the evening. Are you open for that? Finally, which vertical do you come under and who will be your manager
you might get stuck in the role for multiple years unless you do some trainings yourself and keep communicating with your manager on what you plan for next 4-5 months
As genpact is a very women friendly place. I am not giving 5 because there are some processes which follow strict schedule and allows not flexibility. I personally did a lots of work from home and enjoyed flexible timings.
These organisation are great to work with all all are very much women friendly.
Some of pros are good working environment and culture which is transparent and respectful.cons can be odd working hours which one may need to follow since these companies have onshore business outside India.
very women friendly because I myself work in night shift and till Now I have never faced any type of problem in Genpact.It is totally safe for girls.Many of my colleagues are married and still work in night shift here in Genpact. The working environment is also good, ya sometimes there is work load nd pressure but other then that everything is fine with Genpact.It provides various types of in-house training so that we can enhance our skills and also Lean certification.