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Shifting Gears

Tata Motors is reskilling employees to make them 'future ready'

Tata Motors is on the cusp of big changes, triggered by increasing automation, which is making old jobs redundant, and new automobile technologies and designs that are redefining customer tastes. Nothing encapsulates these changes better than the revolution in electric mobility where Tata Motors has placed its biggest bet yet.

To become future ready, in May last year, Tata Motors restructured its middle management in a move that entailed reducing managerial workforce by 1,500. The aim

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