Monday, 23 Nov @ 3:00 PM
As organizations choose from a diverse pool of talent, it opens up avenues for short term and gig workers. Lower operational cost will allow organizations to open up options for gig professionals. The pandemic has led to an unprecedented spike in use of technology alternatives, which is altering the way opportunities are created. The crisis has induced remote working as the new normal, gradually reducing assumed attitude towards potency and trust factors related to remote roles. The new era will bring in a win-win situation for both organizations as well as potential candidates who are looking out for short and flexible contracts. Like every disruption brings a scope for an opportunity, this pandemic has carved a certain way for technological reinvention in the long term.
With organization taking the digital path and workforces going remote, there will be more opportunities generated for a diverse set of talent, lowering gender gap and bringing more women in the forefront. Women who were earlier reluctant to work due to issues pertaining to travel, will have greater opportunity to work with flexibility. Strict labour codes and laws will soon become a reality to trust on. Standardization and protection of pay, transport, improved health and safety standards and employee wellbeing will help in rise of the economy.
Who should attend
Business leaders,Business intelligence analyst,Data Analysts,Cloud architects,Network Administrators/Engineers,IoT consultants,tg32020.
AGENDA / DISCUSSION TOPICS
- How technology will bridge the gender gap and bring women in the forefront
- India’s emerging gig economy and how it will open up a plethora of opportunities for women
- Increased understanding of the potential of women centric opportunities
- Enterprise view on labour laws and policy reform
An industry veteran with over 22 years of experience in the technology industry, Daisy has been with Cisco for more than 14 years and has held positions across sales management in Enterprise & Commercial businesses, Strategy & Operations, and played a key role in achieving several strategic wins for Cisco India.
Daisy is a B.Tech (College of Engineering, Trivandrum) and holds a Post Graduate Certificate in General Management (XLRI, Jamshedpur). She is currently serving as a member of the NASSCOM domestic council focused on the IT sector in India.
Webinar/Workshop organized by: TechGig
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