Ranjita Sinha, secretary, ATHB, told TOI on Friday, “We worked really hard, to liaison with these companies. And now the MoU is going to be signed. We are trying to get opportunities for at least 50 of our members.” Sinha added, “The trans and LGBTQ+ community suffered the most in this pandemic, facing discrimination and torture like never before.Many of them were homeless during lockdown. We raised funds, supported them but long-term solution is needed. Since corporate houses are promoting inclusiveness, we tried to seize the opportunity,” said Sinha who herself has transitioned from a man.
The Mahindra Group is entrusted to recruit for both Amazon and Flipkart. “For the new financial year, we have plans to recruit from ATHB. This will be followed by a 90-day programme for feedback on the issues these recruits may be facing. We have to ensure the transgender individuals receive the same equitable treatment accorded to all employees,” said Mahindra deputy manager, HR, Ajay Chaudhury.