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This is what five women with disability at work say about creating an inclusive workplace

Published by Ankit Rajiv Jindal & Nimisha Jashnani | March 28, 2017

We recently concluded the celebrations of the International Women’s Day on 8 March. The United Nation’s (UN) theme for this year was “Women in the Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by 2030”. The focus of this theme was to evaluate how to accelerate the 2030 Agenda and build momentum for the effective implementation of …
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Gatekeeping for Accessibility – Making Procurement Inclusive

Published by Nimisha Jashnani | January 31, 2017

DEOC partners with companies to formulate and/or review their policies and procedures created to ensure equal opportunity and non-discrimination in the domains of HR, IT, Travel, Emergency, Procurement and so on. The policy we would like to focus on, in this article, is Procurement and the role that a good Procurement Policy can play in …
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Five lessons you can learn from the winning corporates of the 17th NCPEDP- Helen Keller Award

Published by Nimisha Jashnani | January 9, 2017

The NCPEDP-Mindtree Helen Keller Awards were started in 1999 to encourage the employment of people with disabilities. The award recognises individualswith disabilities and corporate for promoting employment opportunities for disabled people. Over the years, these awards have come to be recognised as the most prestigious Indian benchmark for honouring people and organisations who have made …
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