Tata Consultancy Service
Contact: Orla Bourke, Head of HR
Our Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Vision
Our vision at TCS is to create a culture of inclusion where:
All employees can bring their authentic selves to work.
Every employee is a Champion of Equity.
Every policy and practice is an enabler and we become the business of choice for both our diverse workforce and our clients.
Our Diversity, Equality and Inclusion Activities
Winner of the International Diverse Company of the Year at the 2021 Diversity in Tech Awards.
10 Employee Networks with over 1000 active members championing change across Ireland & UK.
TCS Champions of Equity initiative was pioneered in 2019 with an objective to create a fair and inclusive culture at the workplace that supports in building an ecosystem of faith, trust, and helping others to succeed. Over 6,000 pledges signed so far.
TCS HANDS (Healthy Aging for a New Age Digital Society) is a TCS Ireland initiative to deliver tech enabled services to address the needs the ageing population. Sensor based monitoring system for the elderly allows family members and carers to monitor the wellbeing of the elderly. TCS investment for the pilot being deployed across initial set of homes in collaboration with HSE and Dublin City Council. Our project partners include the HSE, Dublin City Council, ESB and Maynooth University.
Our Reasons for Signing Diversity Charter Ireland
We believe in “Inclusion without Exception”.
TCS believes that with a diverse workforce and an inclusive as well as enabling work environment, we are better prepared to meet the complex demands of a dynamically changing business environment. TCS has made an important strategic decision to embed diversity and inclusion in how it inspires, leads, and manages an inclusive workplace. The Diversity and Inclusion function at TCS, called Leadership and Diversity (LEAD), operates as an independent unit reporting to the CEO.
In Ireland, TCS has 1,500+ employees serving multiple global clients and we are committed to effective diversity management, championing equity and preventing discrimination. 33% of our Irish workforce are women which is significantly above the 21% IT Industry standard.