The organization's culture is driven by Aurangabad and hence rural India.
Add to it most men come from a manufacturing set-up and that too 'lala companies' as they are called.
Strong anti-woman bias is pervasive in all locations and teams including the Mumbai Sales and Marketing office.
Team members including board members do not like to see women at senior positions. There is an active attempt to hinder growth and keep women in only particular profiles.
HR has policies in place but members on that panel itself had a history of highly questionable behavior.
A few non-Indians make the attempt but then the work is undone as they leave and authority comes into the hands of Indians.
Work life balance can get pretty skewed in the Mumbai location.
Appraisals are done on perception and relationship with the boss rather than performance despite seemly strong processes. KRA weight'ages are changed on the day of submission of MBOs to adjust scores to where already decided by the boss.
It is a great place to work and has no gender bias. However, it depends much on your work location and the team/department with whom you work . Teams/ team players change and hence there could be a difference of work attitude for good/bad.