Backstory - The Indian Dayworkers
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The importance of hierarchies in Indian culture can also be witnessed in the daily work environment. People of different management levels are treated differently.
Working conditions and salaries in India are different from the ones in western countries. The official work week in India runs from Monday to Saturday, from 10am to 6pm each day. In reality, overtime is the norm and most local companies do not compensate their workers for it. The Indian work culture is immensely diverse. There are major differences depending on whether you work for small, local companies, for big Indian corporations or for international companies. Business practices also vary between regions.
Photo essay by Danish photographer Kristian Bertel
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