From Doorstep to Desk: Making Female Employee Safety a Corporate Responsibility

From Doorstep to Desk: Making Female Employee Safety a Corporate Responsibility



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Imagine a beautiful spot where each shining star is all about fairness and treating everyone with care. In this place, looking out for the safety of our amazing female workers isn’t just a job—it’s like making a sincere and caring promise.

Imagine Pakistan, where strong women face challenges every day. Their trip from home to work is full of challenges: unsafe rides, dark roads, and unkind people. It’s like giving them a shield that protects them all the way from home to work, at work and then back to home. It’s like telling them, “You are important to us and we sincerely care about you.” This care goes beyond rules. So, as businesses in Pakistan strive for global standards, it’s necessary to address the challenges women face, from home to work, at work and work to home.


  1. Journey From Home to Work:

Starting the day right matters. The trip to the office sets the mood for a woman’s entire day. Ensuring it’s smooth and safe is our first step.

  • Unsafe Transportation: Many women face challenges with unreliable and unsafe public transportation, where they might encounter harassment.
  • Dimly Lit Streets: Early morning or late evening commutes can mean traveling on poorly-lit streets, increasing vulnerability.
  • Lack of Safe Waiting Areas: Waiting for transport in isolated areas can be a security risk.
  • Unreliable Ride-Booking Services: Even modern solutions, like ride-booking services, sometimes fail in guaranteeing safety.
  1. Workplace Security Challenges:

The office should be a place where every woman can focus on her job without worries. But sometimes, challenges crop up that can distract or distress.

  • Harassment: An environment not strict on its harassment policies can become hostile.
  • Lack of Proper Reporting Channels: In cases of grievances, women might not have a clear or confidential platform to voice their concerns.
  • Inadequate Security Protocols: Some corporate buildings lack effective security measures, leaving women feeling unprotected.

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  1. Journey From Work to Home:

After a long day at work, the journey home should be comforting. Yet, it often becomes another hurdle for many women, filled with its own set of worries.

  • Late Working Hours: Leaving the office after dark, especially in the case of call centers or late night shifts,  can be a major safety concern.
  • Isolated Parking Areas: Walking to distant or secluded parking spots can be dangerous.
  • Lack of Safe Commuting Options: Especially post-working hours, there might not be reliable transportation available.


Introducing Iyzil: A Comprehensive Smart Female Security Solution

Iyzil, an innovative smart female security solution, which is setting new standards in women’s safety in Pakistan. Designed to address safety challenges faced by women, Iyzil is both user-friendly and adaptive smart mobile app integrated with personal responders, Iyzil 24/7 professional monitoring and Pakistan Emergency Helpline (PEHL) 911, to diverse female security needs.

Real-time Location Sharing: Users can effortlessly share their live location with personal respondents, providing peace of mind during late hours or when navigating unfamiliar territory.

Panic Alerts: Users can use a built-in panic button that sends immediate panic alerts to personal respondents and professional monitoring, ensuring timely assistance when needed.

Smart Routes: Users can navigate with confidence using Iyzil’s Smart Routes. They can record their daily traveled routes and enjoy added security with automatic panic alerts on any deviation by 1km by a saved route.

Offline Capabilities: Recognizing potential connectivity issues, Iyzil is designed to function even without internet access, ensuring continuous safety support.


Why Companies Win When They Care about Their Female Employees

  • Investing in a solution like Iyzil isn’t just the right thing to do – it’s smart business.
  • Boosted Morale and Productivity: A safe employee is a happy, productive one.
  • Enhanced Reputation: In the age of information, championing women’s safety elevates a corporation’s image, attracting top talent and clientele.
  • Reduced Turnover: Ensuring safety cuts down on the attrition rate, saving costs and ensuring project continuity.


Taking active measures, such as integrating Iyzil, can transform a company’s workspace into a haven of safety and productivity. It’s time for corporations to step up, and in doing so, reap the vast rewards of a protected, empowered, and peaceful workforce.


At the end of the day, keeping our women employees safe is our companies’ job. Our amazing female workers are the heart of our companies. Just as they give their best every day, the companies should do their best to make sure their female employees are always safe, whether they’re inside the office or traveling back home. Safety isn’t just about rules, it’s about showing that companies truly care and value each employee.

Pakistan has a bright future ahead, and our female workers are a big part of that. By taking steps, big or small, we can make a big difference in their lives. Let’s work together, with solutions like Iyzil and companies’ efforts, to make every journey of our female employees from home to work safe and stress-free. Because when our women shine, the whole country shines brighter.

Act Now. Prioritize the safety and well-being of your female employees. Invest in Iyzil today and redefine your corporate culture. Reach out to us at to learn more or contact our customer support at this +92-51-8300812.

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