Innovative Workforce Solutions
As one of the leading IT staffing companies, we pride ourselves on developing cutting-edge technology capabilities to provide quick and reliable contingent solutions at scale. SourcePros is designed to handle client information, requisition management, candidate screening, candidate tracking, candidate communication, onboarding, background checks, employee communication, offboarding, and reporting, among other functions of temporary staffing services.
With a mission to support neurodiversity at work, SourceAbled connects corporations to the autism community through a revolutionary combination of technology and collaboration. Besides creating jobs for autistic people, it is designed to attract and hire qualified talent with unique abilities and provide them with the necessary assistance to succeed at work.
In addition to raising awareness about the autism employment gap, we also honor our veterans through SourceVets, a career development and employment program for transitioning military service members.
Consultant Care Program
Rangam Cares is the heart of Rangam providing exceptional customer service for our consultants. Our Rangam Cares Team supports our consultants during onboarding and throughout the life-cycle of their employment with Rangam.
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Rangam Wins Award for Best Social Responsibility Program in U.S. Staffing and Recruiting Industry
Rangam Consultants Inc., a workforce solutions company headquartered in Somerset, NJ, was honored with a 2019 American Staffing Association Care Award. This national awards program recognizes outstanding social responsibility initiatives—business processes that produce an overall positive effect on society—among ASA member staffing agencies and associate members (industry More...
Hetal Parikh is a dynamic entrepreneur who drives innovation with a culture of empathy. She co-founded Rangam Consultants, a minority, woman-and disability-owned workforce solutions company, with her husband in 1995. She has worked to create a company culture of inclusion and collaboration through innovation in special education, disability hiring, and reemployment of veterans and with mottos of “Employment for Everyone” and “Empathy Drives Innovation.” Hetal’s More...
Every individual is empathetic by birth; it’s the degree that varies. The degree of empathy depends on how far we are willing to extend our empathy: from our own children and family to friends, co-workers, community, city, state, country and the world. Empathy becomes more important when we are talking about neurodiversity inclusion in the workplace because the lack of it can pose significant barriers to organizational performance and growth. More...