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Indian companies most optimistic globally on hiring plans

Indian companies have remained the most optimistic globally on hiring plans for the fourth consecutive quarter, while China is placed at the bottom within Asia Pacific region.

'Indian cos most optimistic globally for April-June hiring plans'

Indian employers emerged as the most optimistic lot globally in terms of hiring intention in April-June for the third consecutive quarter and expect the hiring pace to remain brisk, a ManpowerGroup survey says.

Modi calls for value-addition to create jobs

Modi calls for value-addition to create jobs

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday called for value-addition of natural resources and creation of ancillary units that will help reduce imports as well as generate employment.

'E-commerce to generate 2.5 lakh jobs in 2016'

E-commerce industry is likely to generate 2.5 lakh jobs in online retail this year, as the hiring in the sector is expected to grow at 60-65 per cent, says a report.

Hiring activity sees 25% growth in December

Hiring activity sees 25% growth in December

Hiring activity registered 25 per cent growth in December, driven by banking, IT, telecom and FMCG sectors and the outlook for this year remains bullish, says a report.

New Year 2016 to bring  'achche din'; job market to see more hiring, better increment

New Year 2016 to bring 'achche din'; job market to see more hiring, better increment

For the coming year 2016, HR experts forecast pay hikes of 12-15 percent across various sectors, while top talent can look forward to up to 30 percent increase in pay packets.

Among 42 countries India most optimistic on hiring plans

Among 42 countries India most optimistic on hiring plans

India's net employment outlook for the first quarter of 2016 stood at 42 percent, the highest among 42 nations that were surveyed.

Online hiring activity up 60% in Oct: Monster Index

Online demand exceeded the year-ago level in all 13 cities.

Fresher hiring to see 10% rise during Oct'15- Mar'16: Report

Fresher hiring to see 10% rise during Oct'15- Mar'16: Report

The employment sentiment for the second half of the current fiscal stood at 89 percent, an increase of 3 basis points over the previous half-year forecast.

India Inc facing middle manager hiring challenge: Survey

Middle managers are the toughest hires for Indian companies with as many as 80 percent of organisations finding such recruitments the most challenging task, as per a new study.

Oct-Dec quarter will see robust hiring in India: Survey

According to the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey released on Tuesday, employers expect the hiring pace to remain robust in the October-December time frame.

`Job market for coming months looks positive`

Growth in hiring activity was led by BFSI and IT industries.

More hiring, more salary in coming months : Survey

Indian employers have a bullish recruitment outlook for the coming months.

India 2nd most optimistic in hiring, growth momentum slows

India has retained its second position globally in terms of hiring outlook of companies, but the pace of job additions will slow over the next three months, global staffing firm ManpowerGroup said on Tuesday.

Online hiring activity grows 26% in May: Report

Those looking for a job are in for better times. Online hiring activity in India recorded a 26 percent growth in May against the same month a year ago, signaling positive business sentiment among corporates, said a survey.

'High attrition likely this year on upbeat job market, economy'

India Inc is likely to witness attrition rates of up to 25 percent in 2015, thanks to an upbeat job market and improved economy.

Online hiring activity grew over 8% in February: Monster Index

Online hiring activity registered a significant uptrend in February both on monthly as well as yearly basis driven largely by sectors like telecom and IT, says a survey.

India slips to second place on hiring outlook

Prior to this, Indian companies had topped the chart in terms of their hiring intentions for the four consecutive quarters.

Jobs down 3.6%, wages up 11.1% in 2012-13

The number of jobs in different industries decreased by 3.6 percent whereas wages increased by 11.1 percent in real terms in 2012-13, says a government survey.

Global firms to hire most from India: Pepsico Chief

"India will hire the most in the world, and will be the second most difficult market to hire from, after Japan," said PepsiCo India Chairman & CEO D Shivakumar.