5 ways tech can transform the future of work in India

Technological disruption is a chance to change the way India works for the better, including improving opportunities for women Image: REUTERS

Suchi Kedia
Community Specialist, Regional Agenda - India and South Asia, World Economic Forum
Terri Chapman
Associate Fellow, Observer Research Foundation
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More than one-third of Indian companies are disinclined to hire women
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