PTCL Wins Women Empowerment Award

In acknowledgment for their dynamic sexual orientation strategies and best practices for enabling ladies at work, PTCL has been granted the ‘EFP Award for Excellence in Women Empowerment 2017’ at the International Women’s Day Conference, composed by the Employer’s Federation of Pakistan (EFP) in a joint effort with the International Labor Organization (ILO) in Karachi.

As indicated by the United Nations, it is a typical recognition that ladies strengthening benefits just the beneficiaries however it has been demonstrated that when ladies are completely enabled and drawn in, the whole society benefits.

The occasion was led by the Minister of State and Chairperson of the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP), Marvi Memon, alongside the Punjab Finance Minister, Ayesha Ghous and the US Consul General Grace Shelton as the visitors of respect.

Talking on the event, Syed Mazhar Hussain, PTCL Chief Human Resource Officer, stated, “It is a respect for us to emerge as one of the best ladies strengthening associations in the nation and win this prestigious honor. PTCL has appropriately executed the ILO traditions, C-100 and C-111 that were confirmed by the Government of Pakistan to give sexual orientation uniformity, meet compensation and a separation free and badgering free condition to working ladies. We are profoundly dedicated to building a comprehensive and various culture and has been at the cutting edge in presenting worker cordial arrangements like adaptable working hours, choice to telecommute for working moms and offices like Day Care Centers, transportation and in house sports offices, and so on alongside numerous different livens and advantages. We will keep on fostering a dynamic culture with a testing, inventive and adaptable workplace, having measure up to open doors for ladies to succeed and develop. We need to acknowledge EFP and ILO for empowering solid rivalry among associations through such honors.” Member - Author of this Article
Adeela Khan
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