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The Hindu: Holy Grail of Gender Balance

More and more companies are waking up to the advantage of having a workforce that’s marked by equal participation of men and women. At first glance, the production floor at Syrma Technology in Chennai appears to be the preserve of women, but, on closer scrutiny, there are men, but they’re hugely outnumbered. At this electronics manufacturing services company, there are 1,780 workers; however, a whopping 1,403 are women. This provides quite a contrasting picture of the manufacturing sector, which is hugely male-dominated. While it’s certainly commendable to see women participating in a workforce in such a big way.


New Indian Express: Female Employees on Syrma’s Assembly Line

Kamakshi sits comfortably folding copper coils in jet speed in the assembly line that makes intelligent toothbrushes for export. The air-conditioned manufacturing unit resembles a corporate office. Beside her stands a woman labor officer, keen to keep mix-ups at bay. Syrma Technology’s manufacturing unit in Tambaram, Chennai, employs nearly 1,780 workers, of which 1,403 are women. The company, part of the Tandon Group, co-develops connected products like smart toothbrushes and connected surgical cotton swabs, among others, for the export market.