HUL is a very women friendly organisation. Flexi work timings, supportive management and technology connectivity.
2. HUL is the best employer in India for many years running now. Loads of pros in terms of responsibility, exposure and opportunity space. The only con I can think of is that it's tends to be aggressively competitive!
On the two questions on HUL for women,
1. As a place of work - It is a great place to work. Please note that this rating will vary depending on the kind of role/grade/function you are part of.
2. Pros - Unlike many companies, it does not discriminate against women as such. It is women-friendly and the creche is one of the popular aspects. Cons - Sometimes location constraints for women colleagues tend to happen but like I said it depends on grade/role/function.
hey have a number of women friendly policies right from flexi work, safety, prevention of sexual harassment to a lovely day care centre at their corporate office.
The best part is the work exposure you get besides the amazing environment. So overall she can look forward to a great career and personal experience.HUL is a great place to work with
As far as my experience and knowledge goes, Unilever was and is a very gender neutral company. Growth is performance based, and you won't find gender bias there. Added to that, safety of the employees, - men as well as women - is one of the most important priorities of the company. I had a very pleasant experience with this company. Only pros, no cons !!!
There were not many women managers during my time, so the women related issues were actually looked down upon. But the management had started a diversity drive to bring in more women employees. If the gender ratio has improved since then, I am sure the work culture would have improved as well