HDFC Life is a good place to work. One thing missing in your email is the profile she's planning to go for. If it's a sales profile, then no matter where she joins, she'll have sales target and pressures related to that.
It is reasonably friendly for women. She can go ahead and join.
There are no pros and cons when one decides to get back to work. If She's able to share a good rapport with her superiors and display good performance then they can be considerate to some extent. ']
It is not so much friendly environment concerned with working mothers.
Because, time is big crunch for women in retail banking.
Concerning growth within your career, being concerned for your family too is not possible. You have to overlook your family for career.
It depends on your senior how much flexibility he may allow you on your seat concerning your kids needs.
Not supportive at all.
Long working hours.. seldom grant leaves , after too much pleading, even though leaves are pending. HR is just good for nothing. HR policies are very good, but nothing is implemented..
Timings are too bad, totally depends on your boss upto him/her if you can leave on time. officially company has lot of HR policies(it has to have since it is a huge organisation) but hardly has any in practice.
If u will ask me abt hdfc bank brand wise very nice bank with lot of work good customer ,better place to work ,if you are fully career oriented.
Now as per your qn will frankly telling you if you have helping hand (specially fr womem)at home then only Its possible with this bank.
Late sitting is obivous in all branches.very hard to balance personal life and professitional life
If you can handle the pressure then go for it.
pros- good salary n perks from the banks, strong brand , good training provided by the bank.
Cons: unsupportive seniors( bcoz i hv a bad experience with them, u may b lucky 2 hv good boss), late working hrs., excess pressure of sales of banking products no matters even if u r working in non-sales, pressure of giving digital demo to the customers whether they r using internet or not.
I would like to share my experience with HDFC Bank Ltd. I worked with bank for 5 and half years. I felt myself blessed that I worked with so many wonderful people's in the bank. It's the best work place for any woman to work.
Bank provides equal opportunity to everyone to grow and rise.
The HR of the bank is very much supporting .
I learnt at lot with the bank not only professionally but personally.
I strongly recommended HDFC Bank
*Provides equal opportunity to everyone
*Timely training section for professional growth
* Yearly reviews and one to one section with HR where u can raise your issues ...if any
* some might says work pressure...but dats everywhere in corporate world...one should know how to delt with it.
not overtly women friendly but yes in my 10 years with the bank I have come across people who are willing to understand, acknowledge and help out in whatever way possible. So yes it is a good place for women to work in.
Pros : brand , stability , size of the organisation and has many branches( this is helpful incase she requires any adjustments wrt to her place of work being closer to home again subject to availability of suitable profile)
Cons : since they are amongst the best in business the pressure to perform and outperform industry standards is always there, come to think of it this isnt actually a con as it is after all survival of the fittest in an open market. Some people are not used to taking in all this pressure and buckle under it. This would again depend on the job profile offered to her.