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India to see robust hiring activities in next 3 months: Survey

New Delhi: Indian employers are likely to step up their hiring activities over the next three months, especially with IT & ITes segment expected to go on a robust recruitment drive, says a report.The Employment

PTI [ Updated: June 27, 2014 21:22 IST ]
india to see robust hiring activities in next 3 months
india to see robust hiring activities in next 3 months survey

New Delhi: Indian employers are likely to step up their hiring activities over the next three months, especially with IT & ITes segment expected to go on a robust recruitment drive, says a report.


The Employment Outlook Survey by job portal MyHiringClub.com says that Indian companies are expecting the hiring pace for the upcoming quarter to rebound.

The findings are based on online interviews that covered 5,413 employers in India.

The employers predict increase in headcount in the second quarter of current financial year (July-September).

“With 78 per cent predicting an increase in headcount, 4 per cent forecasting a decrease and 14 per cent anticipating no change. The Net Employment Outlook stands at a favourable 42 per cent,” it said in a statement today.

MyHiringClub.com CEO Rajesh Kumar said that hiring intentions for the next three months are strong in comparison with the previous quarter.

“We are witnessing improved opportunities for job seekers across all industry sectors. Overall hiring activity is expected to be good; the IT & ITeS and BFSI sectors are leading in their robust hiring plan in Q2, FY'15,” he added.

In terms of regions, south emerged most optimistic with Net Employment Outlook of 28 per cent. It was followed by north and west (both at 26 per cent) and east at 20 per cent.

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