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Neurodiversity Hiring: Challenges and Beyond

This article by Nish Parikh, Rangam Co-founder & CEO, was originally published on LinkedIn. Even though several major companies have launched large-scale neurodiversity hiring programs over the past five years, the number of hires still represents a minuscule percentage of the overall neurodivergent population ready to work. In 2020, six of ...

Emotionally Safe Workplaces—What We Know

This article by Chandramouli Dhara, Rangam Director of Digital Marketing, was originally published on LinkedIn. The concept of emotional and psychological safety in the workplace was first identified in 1999 by Amy Edmondson, an organizational behavioral scientist and educator. She found that companies that have a secure and trusted workplace ...

India Can Become a Neurodiverse Superpower: Panchali Banerjee

India, in the years ahead, will be in a position to showcase itself as a neurodiverse (ND) superpower, believes Panchali Banerjee. A senior behavioural training consultant, Panchali has designed and delivered training modules across all industry verticals. She is also the cofounder of Orchvate. Speaking to Dhara Chandramouli, director of digital ...

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Rangam Collaborates with Islands of Brilliance to Promote the Creativity of Neurodivergent Talent and Job Seekers

SOMERSET, N.J., May 13, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Staffing leader Rangam has partnered with Islands of Brilliance (IOB) to offer individuals on the autism spectrum a hands-on learning experience in UX design while helping improve the lives of other neurodivergent talent. In the most recent session of IOB's Digital Academy, participants took a deep dive ...

SourceAbled: Meet organization helping companies start autism hiring programs

Nish Parikh, the co-founder and CEO of Rangam Consultants and the chief innovation officer of SourceAbled, has learned three universal truths in his more than two-decade effort to create job opportunities and placements for those on the autism spectrum: Everyone knows someone on the spectrum; Employers want to help those on the spectrum; Very ...