The recent celebrations of International Women’s day at ReBIT were marked by speech from a successful women leader, interaction, fun-filled exercises, delicious treats, and tributes to women who have impacted men and women. The active participation of the male colleagues increased the impact of the event.
Two-days prior to women’s day, Dr. Pradnya Saravade, Additional DGP of Maharashtra Police addressed ReBITians. She mentioned about the rising status of women and the social reinforcements. A surgeon and an IPS officer, Dr. Saravade also briefed on her motivation to join the civil services, impact of technology for policing and work life balance for young parents. She gave the keenly listening audience tips for focusing on physical well-being and mental health to ensure a long and successful professional life. Nandkumar Saravade, CEO, ReBIT explained 'Child Tax', an indirect cost borne by working women as they balance work and personal life post pregnancy, and the need to compensate women workers for the same.
On 8th March, the International Women’s Day, the women employees of ReBIT were in for a wide-range of surprises, starting with macaroons.Then, it was time to create innovative crafts and this session was open to both male and female employees. Creative art-forms like calligraphy, montages, and doodles were pouring in through the day and were dedicated to women who have inspired and encouraged the artists. A business-lunch session for women employees was in the offing. The wholesome day could not have been rounded off better than with cutting the special cake baked for the occasion. At ReBIT, close to a fourth of our workforce is made up of women.
We believe that the complexity of today’s world can only be tackled by inclusivity and diversity of our team and our thinking. We embrace differences and meld them into our resolute purpose.