Mahatma Gandhi once said, “We must become the change we seek”. The proverb couldn’t be more apt when celebrating International Men’s Day. From raising mental wellness awareness to supportive policies aimed at equality in the workplace, BYJU’S as an organisation believes in taking the intersectional approach that encourages inclusivity and opening up channels of communication beyond genders.
This International Men’s Day, meet three BYJUites from different walks of life who come together to debunk traditional ideas of what masculinity means. They not only address labels associated with gender and mental well-being but also shed light on how they have flourished in their respective domains at BYJU’S, where the environment is supportive and fosters opportunities for all, irrespective of gender.
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This International Men’s Day, let’s pledge to focus on the mental as well as the physical well-being of an individual while addressing harmful stereotypes. Because equality and inclusion are not only the right thing to do but also integral to promoting a truly innovative workplace.
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