New Delhi: After a two-year forced hiatus of COVID-19 restrictions across the country, over 54 per cent employers have expressed intent to hire in the April-June quarter – 4 per cent more than the previous quarter, Tuesday A new report was shown. Of the 21 sectors reviewed by people supply chain company TeamLease Services, 16 expressed a willingness to be hired. Also Read – India To See 1 Million Jobs In 5 Years, New Opportunities For Cooks, Yoga Instructors To Create. details here
According to the report, 95 per cent of employers are willing to take up jobs in the IT sector, followed by educational services, where the number is 86 per cent. Among e-commerce and technology startups, 81 percent of employers are willing to do new hearings, followed by healthcare and pharmaceuticals at 78 percent. Also read- CM Yogi Adityanath directs all selection boards to provide 10,000 government jobs in 100 days
Rituparna Chakraborty said, “While the overall growth in intent may be moderate, over 14 per cent of the sectors have shown double-digit growth, indicating that the modest outlook will soon subside and the appetite for augmenting manpower has increased significantly. will increase.” , Co-Founder and Executive Vice President, TeamLease Services. Also Read – NCBS Recruitment 2022: Vacancies for Scientific Assistant, Scientific Officer Posts; Ncbs.res.in . apply to
According to the report, attrition is still increasing in most sectors as compared to the previous quarter. It also gave detailed information on the attrition trend as it plays a vital role in the growth of the business.
While the hiring intent in metro and tier-1 cities has increased from 73 per cent in the previous quarter to 83 per cent in the current quarter, tier-2 cities are also not lagging behind.
Hiring intent in tier-II cities will increase from 48 per cent to 55 per cent in the quarter, the report said.
“Bengaluru (91 percent of employers who are willing to hire) and Chennai (78 percent) are continuing their bull run. But when it comes to growth, Mumbai has registered a growth of 17 per cent in recruitment intent as compared to the previous quarter.”
(with IANS inputs)