I have no problem with gender equality. But a factory run 100% by women sounds to me more like a political stunt than an actual business model. Successful factories in other places have a better idea: hire based on merit, not gender. In a professional working environment, gender biasness is actually little different from racism, favoritism, and nepotism.An Indian electric scooter startup says its newest factory will be run entirely by women.
Ola Electric's "FutureFactory," in Tamil Nadu, India, will eventually employ 10,000 women, the company's co-founder Bhavish Aggarwal said in
Again. The Jai Hind mentality. Always must have some proclamation of "world's largest" this and that.The plant will be "the world's largest women-only factory and the only all-women automotive manufacturing facility globally," according to the blog post.
More women in the Indian labour force = more productivity = more GDP growth. Yeah its true. Then what is taking India so long to understand this simple concept? For decades, women have been very active in the workforce in much of East Asia, SEA, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. Women participation in the workforce is a basic requirement, not some unique-selling-proposition.The move is part of a series of efforts by the company to help create a more inclusive workforce and provide economic opportunities for women, Aggarwal said. "For India to be the world's manufacturing hub, we must prioritize upskilling and generating employment for our women workforce," he added, citing a study that showed providing women parity in the labor workforce can grow India's GDP by 27%.
Off course. When you infuse liberal politics into a business. It was made to go public. Please wait for all those liberal, pink-haired, PC investors lining up to invest. Good luck!
This is the key point. The 4th Industrial Revolution will make obsolete the method of becoming a manufacturing country first and then steadily climbing up the value chain to become a fully developed country.No wonder India has missed out on the boat of offshore manufacturing. Sorry, too late. AI-empowered manufacturing have just arrived. This boat had been patiently waiting for India for grow up. It just cannot wait any longer. Its gone, bye-bye.
Indeed, India is in deep deep trouble. All that Indian boast about its demographic advantage of having more working age ppl than China? Its not gonna really matter when the 4th Industrial Revolution comes. Which it has already arrived and China is fully embracing it.This is the key point. The 4th Industrial Revolution will make obsolete the method of becoming a manufacturing country first and then steadily climbing up the value chain to become a fully developed country.
India is in big trouble
With how India seems to have rape news almost all the time and not once did the government do anything to solve such a horrible situation, it wouldn't be a surprise if somehow, they manage to commit a mass rape party of over 200 victims and the government still refuses to do anything about it. I suspect they really do take pride in being the rape capital of the world although no one if there right mind should ever take pride in that kind of title (although I believe India is too hopped up on spices to really care).Lmaoooo I'm speechless. Check back in a few years tho