Ratnaprabha - Panelist, addressing MBA students, answering their questions about Careers in HR and Marketing.
Vividhataa is a synonym in Hindi Language for the word Diversity.
We at Vividhataa, are an Executive Search Firm and we believe in Empowering Diverse Workforces.
We Make A Difference to today’s Organisational Diversity Ratios.
Vividhataa is exclusively focused on hiring Diversities such as strong and competitive Female Workforces, Single Mothers, Returning Mothers, Acid Attack Survivors, Females from Socially or Economically Backward Communities, Persons with Disabilities, and the LGBT Community Workforces.
Employers who believe in the Strength of Diversity are invited to Hire our Candidates.
For Hiring enquiries, Call us on +91-8390418793.
Candidates looking for an opportunity to demonstrate their skills and Talent at such organisations,
please Send in your CV to email@example.com.
Advisor - Competitive Exams and Jobs in Public Sector Undertakings of India
About the Founder
Ratnaprabha Sable, having worked with a Times of India Group Company, Times Internet Ltd. an online Job Board Timesjobs.com, She has more than 10 years of rich experience of the Corporate World in the Jobs and Recruitment industry. She has a wide network of Corporates and Candidates alike. She is passionate about Recruitments, creating Diversity and Promoting Inclusion at Workplaces.
Her love for travel has taken her to different countries around the globe such as USA, UK, Ireland, Thailand, Netherlands, Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary and Greece. Meeting Diverse nationals in these countries, who believed in different ideologies, and yet lived harmoniously, without any fear of being judged by their peers, has inspired her to help create Diverse and Inclusive Workplaces.
Ms. Ratnaprabha has launched her Company Vividhataa which specialises into Diversity Hiring for Corporates all over India and Abroad. She strongly believes that, at an organisation, Diversity is Inherent, and Inclusion is Imperative.
Kabir Vasanti Shekhar, an entrepreneur working in the Education Sector, prefers using his mother's and father's name as part of his Legal name. He refuses to use a Last name because, in India the Last name is usually suggestive of an individuals Religious background and hence creates an unwanted bias which leads to favoritism even in primary schools.
With such liberal thoughts which match Vividhataa's ideoligies of leaving aside cultural differences while working with people who posess the Talent, Creativity, Innnovation and Potential to excel at thier workplace, without judging them on any other factors, this man has decided to be an Advisor to us for guiding our candidates on Competitive Exams (MPSC, UPSC, JEE, NEET) and availability of Jobs in Public Sector Undertakings of India.
Yougender Bhatia comes with a 9+ years of marketing background.
He has helped small and large organisations find their digital voice and reach out to the right set of customers that have helped these brands grow and thrive in the digital space.
Suresh Ramdas was recently awarded the title Mr. Gay India 2019 and is preparing the for Mr. Gay World 2019 contest. His passion to have a broader understanding of the D&I spectrum & their intersectionality motivated him to get certified as a Diversity Professional, by DTUI, USA.
He has 14 years of experience in Customer Support & 3 years of experience in driving the LGBTQ Inclusions at Workplace.
With networking as one of his core strengths, he has collaborated with various teams within India & abroad around LGBTQ Inclusion at Workplace and Society.
He has also attended the prestigious LGBTQ Executive Leadership Program at Stanford University & have started a Leadership Program called Leading with Pride in collaboration with Dwight Cook from Working with Pride.
Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil is an Indian prince who is the son and heir of the Maharana of Rajpipla in Gujarat. He is the first openly gay Prince in the world. He runs a charity, The Lakshya Trust, which works with the LGBT community. It is a community based organization that has been the centre of excellence in the field of Sexual Health Programme for the GBT community since its inception in 2000.
The organization works on various issues addressing and advocating the social, economic, legal, psychological, spiritual and health aspects of sexual minorities (Gay, Bisexual and Transgender population) in the western Indian state of Gujarat.
Lakshya Trust and its partners plans to start a Home for Elderly LGBT groups to cater the generic needs as well as health care amongst the HIV infected LGBT groups.
Lakshya is a member of the India Network For Sexual Minorities (INFOSEM) and a founding member of the Sexual Health Action Network (SHAN).
Olympics including sports for people with disabilities.
Speeches and panel discussion with industry experts.
Ratnaprabha addressed their Leadership Teams and Hiring Managers Teams across all locations on the work we do at Vividhataa .
They were excited to drive forward their Equality, Diversity and Inclusion initiative called ADVANCE.
Divya Kaushal was a national level job fair for Candidates with Disabilities, to promote collective and inclusive employment.
Our advisor, Kabir Vasanti Shekhar guided students for employment and other opportunities in the government sector including PSUs
An initiative to Empower Diverse Workforces such as Women, People with Disabilities and LGBTQ+ Community by way of Job Opportunities offered by our Inclusive Clients.
On 1st Aug, 12pm, as part of the event, we also organised an insightful Panel Discussion on "Why is it important to have Fair Representation and Inclusion of Women, People with Disabilities and LGBTQ+ Community at Indian Workplaces"
Topic: "Equity vs Equality: India For Empowering Diverse Workforces"
STEREOTYPES, POOR ACCESSIBILITY KEY STUMBLING BLOCKS IN GREATER INCLUSION OF DISABLED PEOPLE IN THE INDIAN WORKPLACE
Article by Newz Hook, India's 1st Accessible News Channel with a special focus on Disability related News
Ratnaprabha Sable's insights on the hurdles in Inclusive Hiring of People with Disabilities.
STRENGTH OF DIVERSITY
Article by Queer Desi's monthly magazine Chak Gay India
An interview on the Strength of Diversity and Inclusion with our Founder and MD Ratnaprabha Sable.
VIVIDHATAA - EMPOWERING ASPIRING JOB SEEKERS WITH DISABILITIES
Article by Enabled.in
An article on Vividhataa's work in empowering Diverse workforces across the country.
INDIA'S 1ST VIRTUAL DIVERSITY JOB FAIR 2020 - BY VIVIDHATAA, OFFERS HOPE DURING LOCKDOWN
Article by Neeti Upadhyay on Gaysifamily.com
An article about India's Virtual Diversity Job Fair organised by Vividhataa