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Mars Wrigley India exemplifies inclusion and diversity with five key appointments

Mumbai: In a significant move demonstrating its ambitious focus on inclusion and diversity and continued investment in the talent pool in India, Mars Wrigley on Thursday announced the appointment of three new women executives in its India Leadership Team and chose two executives from India to take...

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Saraf Furniture to hire 250 LGBTQ+ professionals for equality at workplace

Mumbai: In a bold move, furniture brand Saraf Furniture has announced it will walk its own talk on championing LGBTQ+ rights at the workplace, by hiring around 200 to 250 professionals from this community in the financial year 2021-22, as a part of the brand’s mission of 'equality in the workplace'.

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Saraf Furniture to hire 250 professionals from the LGBTQ+ community

New Delhi: In a bold move, which is perhaps a first for Corporate India, furniture brand Saraf Furniture is actually walking the talk when it comes to championing LGBTQ+ rights at the workplace. The solid wood furniture player announced that it will hire about 200-250 professionals from the LGBTQ+...

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Netflix India in step with global trend of nearly 50% female representation: Srishti Behl Arya

Netflix added inclusion as its cultural value in 2017. Recently, the streaming giant released its first ‘inclusion report’, which revealed that women comprised 47.1 per cent of its workforce. The company, a vocal proponent of gender equality, has featured women in the lead role in many of its...

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Inclusivity makes a strong business case for media companies

In the last few years, diversity and inclusion have caught heightened attention in organisations across the world. Although diversity is less of a concern for media companies, inclusion is what needs to be addressed. The motive behind this should its relevance today and the impact it has on...

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