Meet Jhuman, a Truly ‘Happy Boy’ at Heart
The challenges in our lives are there to strengthen our convictions. They are not there to run us over.
These words by Nick Vujicic, ring true especially for our Myntra ‘Happy Boys’ who play an important role in the smooth running of our hi-tech warehouses. Being differently-abled has not stopped them from having a positive attitude and outlook towards life and being the best version of themselves. Their energy and sincerity has been a source of inspiration for all, and as you would’ve guessed, there is never a dull day at Myntra with them around.
Meet Jhuman Das, one of Myntra’s Happy Boys working in our Bangalore warehouse. Jhuman hails from Silchar, Assam, and his journey at Myntra began a year back when he joined the Quality Check team through a friend’s recommendation. Today he works as a data entry operator and has become extremely proficient with computers.
Jhuman has polio but this has never stopped him from pursuing his dreams. He is extremely happy to be working with Myntra and is grateful for the opportunity for many reasons. Through his earnings he is able to meet all his expenses in Bangalore and even save some money for his future. Not only that, he also supports his family by sending them money back home.
With his hard work, quick grasping power and analytical skills, Jhuman has won the hearts of many. He has set a good example for others by delivering flawless and superior quality results at work. Jhuman was recognized for his outstanding performance during Myntra’s flagship End of Reason Sale (EORS) and Big Fashion Days and was awarded the STAR of the Month and received a Spot Award. He spreads positivity around him and stays cheerful even during tough situations.
As an organization, we are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We are an equal opportunity employer providing growth opportunities to all; and so far, we have been successful in shaping the careers of many such Happy Boys across all our four warehouses in India.
The spirit and contribution of Myntra’s Happy Boys during peak events such as EORS is worth applauding. These men are a valuable asset to our organization and we are delighted to have given them the freedom to work and empower themselves through their hard work.