Mindspace believes in the power of human capital to positively transform companies and works to attract, develop and retain the best employees in our industry. We have one of the lowest employee attrition rates in our industry and the passion and commitment of our people have helped us expand our client relationships.
A Best-in-Class Workforce
We have more than 51,000+ employees including over 10,700 employees with Six Sigma green-belt training and 530 employees with Six Sigma black-belt training, as well as more than 24,000 Lean trained employees. This large number of employees with Six Sigma and Lean training helps infuse our organization with a disciplined, analytical approach to everything we do. In addition, more than 9,000 of our employees hold post-graduate degrees and more than 23,800 are university graduates. Learn more about education programs and career development within Mindspace in the Career Development section.
Diversity & Inclusion
Our global presence is inclusive of diverse cultures and nationalities. Mindspace is committed to complying, in letter and spirit, with all applicable laws driving the objective of diversity and equal opportunity. We adhere to the proposition that every business decision will be made without regard to race, creed, color, gender, ethnicity, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, marital status, sexual orientation, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected from discrimination.
Women @ Mindspace
Gender diversity is a key focus area in the organization as we believe it makes strong business sense. Approximately 40 percent of Mindspace’s global headcount constitutes women but we are committed to increasing it at the leadership levels too.
To promote this, we have instituted a number of initiatives, including a global affinity group for women—Mindspace Women’s International Network (GenWIN)—whose mission is to foster the professional development of our women workforce as well as a formal mentoring program—WeMentor—that pairs high-potential middle-management women with experienced leaders in the company to assist and guide them on various professional fronts.