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DICV: Daimler India Commercial Vehicles targets 20 percent women in its factory workforce by 2020


To ensure the welfare and well-being of the women employees, the company has installed suitable infrastructure and services such as restrooms and changing rooms, crèche facilities and dedicated medical professionals. It has also reinforced existing workplace policies and measures including the speedy grievance redressal system, gender sensitization training, and the POSH (Prevention Of Sexual Harassment) committee, a company release stated.

NEW DELHI: Daimler India Commercial Vehicles (DICV) has completed on-boarding of 46 women for shop floor operations at its manufacturing plant in Tamil Nadu. This completes the first stage of their ‘DiveIN’ (Diversity & Inclusive) initiative. Further, the company through DiveIN initiative is looking at increasing the ratio of female factory employees to 20% of the whole by 2022. The new employees have been deployed across key function areas

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