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Shruti Singh currently leads the work on ageing and employment policies. She joined the OECD in 2007, and has since then, led and co-authored several landmark reports on active ageing, career mobility and retention of older workers, promotion of age-inclusive workplaces, age diversity, disability, mental health and work policies. Shruti also co-leads the award-winning initiative Living, Learning and Earning Longer to support global companies reshaping employer practices and policies to nurture a multigenerational workforce. She has had articles, reviews and interviews published in a variety of publications including Journal of the Economic of Ageing, Le Monde and Financial Times.

In her previous roles at the OECD, Shruti was the Manager of the OECD Centre for Opportunity and Equality (COPE), as part of the Inclusive Growth Initiative. She has also written extensively on a wide range of labour market policy issues including Active Labor Market Policies and Displaced Workers policies aimed at labour-market reintegration of the unemployed and under-represented groups. Prior to joining the OECD, Shruti was a policy analyst at the Department for Work and Pensions in the United Kingdom where she was responsible for designing and providing policy advice on UK’s key labour market policies.