RBS INDIA SETS UP A FORUM TO MAINSTREAM DISABILITY INCLUSION

Pankaj Phatarphod, Managing Director & Country Head of Services, RBS Ind...
Pankaj Phatarphod, Managing Director & Country Head of Services, RBS Inda…

RBS INDIA SETS UP A FORUM TO MAINSTREAM DISABILITY INCLUSION

Chennai : RBS India, the innovation & operation hub of The Royal Bank of Scotland, has set up an industry forum titled‘Disability Smart’, to mainstream the disability inclusion agenda in organizations. The forum came together to discuss how organizations and persons with disabilities, can work together to create an environment, that engages, enables and empowers persons with disabilities, and establish a truly inclusive culture in companies.

Pankaj Phatarphod, Managing Director & Country Head of Services, RBS India said, “For us at RBS, inclusion is about ensuring everyone can bring the best of themselves to work every day, celebrate differences and find ways to turn them to our advantage. Over the last few years RBS has supported the development of disability friendly products and services and contributed to the development of disability and inclusion learning. This forum provides a unique platform to discuss how more organizations can become disability smart.”

Anuranjita Kumar, Managing Director, Human Resources, International Hubs, ‎Royal Bank of Scotland further added, “Globally, more than a billion people live with a disability and the number is growing each passing day. Data indicates that their potential to contribute effectively at work is often impacted, not by their disability, but by the impediments around them. Being Disability Smart means supporting our colleagues with disabilities with workplace adjustments, so they can do their job to the best of their abilities.”

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