Capgemini aims to rewrite the code and break the bias

Capgemini aims to rewrite the code and break the bias

 March 21, 2022

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As part of their activity marking Women's History Month, Capgemini spotlighted Seble Kasa.

"I enjoy working at Capgemini because of the diversity, positive teamwork environment, forward-thinking culture, and supportive leadership," says Seble.

"Regardless of your position or level here at Capgemini Government Services, you will notice how approachable the most senior leadership team is," she affirms.

"I appreciate how easy it is to express my thoughts, share ideas, and/or seek their advice or guidance on projects, which is a significant difference over previous positions I have held. Working at Capgemini Government Services makes you feel like you're a part of a big family." 

Meet Capgemini Analyst, Megan Grullard

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Megan is a Recruitment Operations Analyst in New York, USA and understands the value of mentorship and paying it forward.

Meet Helen Newell

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Helen enjoys the flexible working arrangements of CGS.

She is also heard to have quite a 'green thumb' so no doubt some downtime comes in quite handy.

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