Compared to the previous quarter, the hiring prospects declined by 4 percentage points in the West and 2 percentage points in North India. On the other hand, the hiring sentiment is relatively stable in both East and South India.
Work from home
Employees of many sectors of the country have been working from home for a long time regarding the first and second phases of Corona. During this, especially IT companies have earned a lot of profit and many companies have also announced to work from home for a long time. Now an information has come out in a survey by Manpower Group. According to this, about 40 percent of employers want their employees to do permanent work from home.
A survey on employers across India has indicated a more or less stable hiring plan for the next three months. It has been claimed in the Manpowergroup Employment Outlook Survey that at least the situation is going to remain the same till 3 months after the second phase of COVID.
Jobs will be available in these sectors
Sectors that are likely to lead the job market include the service sector followed by transportation and utilities. Medium-sized organizations recorded the strongest hiring momentum, followed by large organizations with seasonally adjusted outlooks of 8 plus percent and 6 plus percent, respectively. From a region specific point of view, North and South indicate the same at 6 plus percentiles.
Improvements will be seen here by the end of June
ManpowerGroup further expanded its survey to include the impact of Covid, with a majority of them – 46 per cent – saying they do not know when they will be likely to be hired regularly. Only 3 percent did not expect recruitment to go back to pre-pandemic levels. Of those who expected an increase in recruitment, 54 percent expected that they would be hired by June 2021.
Hiring will increase in these areas
A total of 40 per cent of the respondents expect full-time work from home for their employees, while 38 per cent want either flexible or compact work for their employees. When asked about remote work, some of the concerns for most of the organizations surveyed revolved around worker well-being, company culture, productivity and innovation. The biggest concern of 51 percent is whether their employees will be able to cooperate efficiently. The strongest recruitment prospects are reported in the North and South, where the net employment outlook is 6 plus percent. Compared to the previous quarter, the hiring prospects have declined by 4 percentage points in the West and 2 percentage points in the North. Hiring sentiment is relatively stable in both the East and South.
( IANS Input )
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