new Delhi. After the start of business activities after the epidemic, jobs have also started increasing. Along with this, recruitment activities have also increased in the country. Indian companies are going to hire fast in the coming months. That is, bumper jobs are going to come in the country in the coming months.
According to a ManpowerGroup report, 38 percent of companies in India are planning to recruit more in the next three months. In this way, during the April-June quarter, companies are going to intensify the recruitment activities. In the 60th annual edition of Manpowergroup Employment Survey, it has been said that by April-June, Indian companies are going to recruit professionals at a fast pace.
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sharp growth on a quarterly basis
According to the survey, recruitment activities in various sectors are stronger than in the same period last year. However, on a quarterly basis, there may be a decrease of 11 percent in employment in April-June as compared to the January-March quarter.
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Payroll may increase
For the April-June quarter, 55 per cent companies said that the payroll of employees may increase. 17 percent say that it can be reduced, while 36 percent believe that there will be no change in payroll. Overall the net employment scenario is 38 per cent.
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Most jobs in these sectors
According to the survey, IT and technology roles will account for 51 per cent more recruitments in the April-June quarter, restaurants and hotel sectors will generate 38 per cent jobs, while the education, health, social work and government recruitment scenario is 37 per cent.
Women’s share worrying
Sandeep Gulati, Group MD, ManpowerGroup, says that the country is coming out of the impact of the pandemic, but new challenges like global geopolitical instability and rising inflation have arisen. He said the representation of women in the workforce still remains a matter of concern.
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