It has been a busy time for our staff and management as the organization is putting its best foot forward to help employable individuals with autism get the right jobs at the right companies. Rangam, in partnership with a leading autism advocacy organization in the U.S., is in process of setting up an employment portal that will let differently abled candidates apply for temporary jobs at multinational corporations.
For Rangam, business expansion has been one of the highlights of 2014. We not only set up several new offices in North America and Europe but also had new clients from information technology, pharmaceutical, health care and financial industries.
Chamber Trade Sweden bestowed the prestigious International Women’s Entrepreneurial Challenge Award upon President Hetal Parikh at Stockholm’s historic Bern’s Salonger in November. The fact that Rangam was the only award recipient from the global staffing industry reflects well on the organization’s efforts to go beyond geographical boundaries to connect diverse contractors with prospective employers. This award also goes to show that Rangam is a strong proponent of women’s empowerment in business.
Over the years Rangam has grown into a socially responsible business with an active community outreach program in place. Together with subsidiary WebTeam Corporation and international organization Rangam Cares, we develop mobile apps for individuals with special needs. In recognition of our commitment to helping millions of people affected by autism, the American Staffing Association honored us with Care Awards in October.