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Dec 17, 2020

Contract staffing demand for tech talent nears pre-COVID levels

As digital transformations happened and the bottom of the pyramid workforce reduced, the number of people managing this workforce has reduced over the years. If you are a middle manager in an industry that is radically changing the way it delivers products or services, you have a reason to worry.

Economic Times

Dec 21, 2020

Covid-19 effect: PSUs double down on soft skill development for employees

While pent-up demand is being cited as a reason for the surge in contract staffing, a healthy deal pipeline at IT firms is also driving the need for manpower.

Money Control

Dec 21, 2020

Covid-19 effect: PSUs double down on soft skill development for employees

Companies are focusing on their employees’ communication, leadership and digital skills, and how to improve customer experience, officials said.

Economic Times

Dec 09, 2020

Indian employers set to step up hiring in Q5

The article talks about how India Inc is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

The Free Press Journal

Dec 09, 2020

Hiring up from lockdown lows

The article talks about how India Inc is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Asian Age

Dec 09, 2020

Indian employers report better hiring intentions for first quarter of 2021: Survey

The article talks about how India Inc is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Dainik Bhaskar

Dec 09, 2020

Indian employers report better hiring intentions for first quarter of 2021: Survey

The article talks about how India Inc is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Virat Vaibhav

Dec 09, 2020

Indian employers set to step up hiring in Q5

The article talks about how India Inc is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Rashtriya Sahara

Dec 09, 2020

Hiring to happen in a wide range during January – March 2021.

The article talks about how India Inc is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Navbharat Times

Dec 09, 2020

Finance & mfg to lead hiring next yr

The article talks about how India Inc is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

The Times Of India

Dec 09, 2020

Hiring to pick up next two quarters

The article talks about how India Inc is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Deccan Herald

Dec 09, 2020

Hiring up from lockdown lows

The article talks about how India Inc is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Deccan Chronicle

Dec 09, 2020

Indian employers have better hiring intentions

The article talks about how India Inc is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Pioneer

Dec 09, 2020

Hiring to go up by 2021

The article talks about how India Inc is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Mana Telangana

Dec 8, 2020

Hiring sentiment to improve in next 3 months

The article talks about how India is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

ET Auto

Dec 8, 2020

Indian employers see better hiring intent for first quarter of 2021: Survey

The article talks about how India is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Business Standard

Dec 8, 2020

Corporates to increase hiring for first quarter of 2021: Survey

The article talks about how India is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Business Today

Dec 8, 2020

Indian employers look to hire more in first quarter of 2021: Survey

The article talks about how India is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Hindustan Times

Dec 8, 2020

Indian employers report better hiring intention for first quarter of 2021: Survey

The article talks about how India is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Money Control

Dec 8, 2020

Job market will recover in 2021; early signs evident: Recruiters

The article talks about how India is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

The Hindu

Dec 8, 2020

Finance, manufacturing to lead hiring next year

The article talks about how India is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

The Times Of India

Dec 8, 2020

Pre-Covid – 19 hiring level to return in next two quarters

The article talks about how India is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Deccan Herald

Dec 8, 2020

Indian employers report better hiring intentions for first quarter of 2021: Survey

The article talks about how India is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Financial Express

Dec 8, 2020

Hiring sentiment to improve n next 3 months

The article talks about how India is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Indian Employer Forum

Dec 8, 2020

Job market will recover in 2021; early signs evident: Recruiters

The article talks about how India is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Doordarshan

Dec 8, 2020

Amid coronavirus companies may appoint new employees during January to March 2021: Survey

The article talks about how India is likely to see a gradual improvement in hiring sentiment in the next three months as economic recovery starts picking up pace, according to a ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey of 1,518 employers across the country.

Lokmat News 18

Nov 11, 2020

COVID Effect: Phlebotomists, who draw blood, are suddenly in high demand

Alok Kumar speaks to Economic Times on the demand of Phlebotomists amidst the health crisis.

Economic Times

Oct 17, 2020

Ecomm rules in festive temp job creation

There's a lesser demand for temp staffers from retailers and companies with offline presence this festive season as footfalls in shopping malls and retail outlets have decreased with more consumers shopping online amidst the pandemic." - Alok Kumar, Senior Director at Manpower India (part of ManpowerGroup) spoke to ET Prime

ET Prime

Sept 28, 2020

Companies now shift focus to employee cost

While remote working helped companies to rationalise their fixed cost on real estate to some extent, companies are now shifting their focus to another major area — employee cost. Alok Kumar, Senior Director, Sales & Global Accounts, speaks to Business Line.

Business Line

Sept 27, 2020

Losing your job at 50

The article talks about how many people in their fifties are battling an ageist corporate India, while trying to reinvent themselves to get back in the game. Mr Prashant spoke to the Mumbai Mirror journalist commenting about the situation at 50.

Mumbai Mirror

Sept 10, 2020

India’s Net Hiring Outlook At 3% Weakest in 15 Years: Survey

India is witnessing its weakest hiring sentiment in the last 15 years, with only three per cent companies planning to hire in the three months, Manpower Group Employment Outlook Survey reported.

The Logical Indian

Sept 09, 2020

Hiring outlook in India bleakest in 15 years: Survey

India is witnessing the weakest hiring sentiment in 15 years with just 3 per cent companies planning to add staff in the next three months, a survey of over 800 employers said on Tuesday.

DT Next

Sept 09, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

DT Next

Sept 09, 2020

Hiring Outlook worst in over 15 years

Hiring Outlook worst in over 15 years

Rajasthan Patrika

Sept 09, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

Sanmarg

Sept 09, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

EiSamay

Sept 09, 2020

Hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

Hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

Statesman

Sept 09, 2020

Hiring Outlook worst in over 15 years

Hiring Outlook worst in over 15 years

Mana Telegana

Sept 09, 2020

No Jobs

No Jobs

Velugu

Sept 09, 2020

Hiring Outlook worst in over 15 years

Hiring Outlook worst in over 15 years

Namaste Telegana

Sept 09, 2020

Hiring outlook worst in over 15 years

Hiring outlook worst in over 15 years

Andhra Jyothi

Sept 09, 2020

Hiring outlook worst in over fifteen years: Manpower

With just 3% of the country anticipating an addition of staff in the next three months, hiring sentiments is the weakest since 2005, according to a survey by ManpowerGroup.

The New Indian Express

Sept 09, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

India is witnessing the weakest hiring sentiment in 15 years with just 3% companies planning to add staff in the next three months, a survey of over 800 employees said.

Deccan Herald

Sept 09, 2020

India’s hiring bleakest in 15 yrs

India is witnessing the weakest hiring sentiment in 15 years with just 3% companies planning to add staff in the next three months, a survey of over 800 employees said.

Hans India

Sept 09, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

India is witnessing the weakest hiring sentiment in 15 years with just 3% companies planning to add staff in the next three months, a survey of over 800 employees said.

Deccan Herald

Sept 09, 2020

Hiring outlook worst in over fifteen years: Manpower

With just 3% of the country anticipating an addition of staff in the next three months, hiring sentiments is the weakest since 2005, according to a survey by ManpowerGroup.

The New Indian Express

Sept 08, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

India is witnessing the weakest hiring sentiment in 15 years with just 3 per cent companies planning to add staff in the next three months, a survey of over 800 employers said on Tuesday.

Deccan Herald

Sept 08, 2020

India’s recruiting outlook most dreary in last 15 years

The survey said that nearly 44 percent of employers reported that they may return to pre-COVID-19 hiring within the next nine months whereas 42 percent are unsure about returning back to normalcy from the hiring perspective

BW Disrupt

Sept 08, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

India is witnessing the weakest hiring sentiment in 15 years with just 3 per cent companies planning to add staff in the next three months, a survey of over 800 employers said on Tuesday.

The Indian Express

Sept 08, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

India is witnessing the weakest hiring sentiment in 15 years with just 3 per cent companies planning to add staff in the next three months, a survey of over 800 employers said on Tuesday.

The Tribune

Sept 08, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

India is witnessing the weakest hiring sentiment in 15 years with just 3 per cent companies planning to add staff in the next three months, a survey of over 800 employers said on Tuesday.

ET HR World

Sept 08, 2020

ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey: India hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

भारत में नियुक्तियों या भर्तियों के हालात देखा जाए तो यह 15 साल के सबसे कमजोर स्तर पर पहुंच गया है। 800 से अधिक नियोक्ताओं के सर्वे में सिर्फ तीन फीसद कंपनियों ने ही अगले तीन माह के दौरान नई नियुक्तियां करने की इच्छा जताई है। यह सर्वे मंगलवार को जारी किया गया। मैनपावरग्रुप के रोजगार हालात सर्वे में देशभर की 813 कंपनियों की राय ली गई थी। सर्वे के अनुसार भारतीय नियोक्ता 2020 की पहली तिमाही में नियुक्तियों को लेकर सतर्कता का रुख अपना रहे हैं।

Jagran

Sept 08, 2020

Hiring to get stable in October-December period, shows ManpowerGroup outlook

The hiring outlook in India is set to stabilise in the October-December period, showed the ManpowerGroup Outlook Survey. The net employment outlook stands at +3 percent for the period. This figure is derived by taking the percentage of employers anticipating total employment to increase and subtracting from this the percentage expecting to see a decrease in employment at their location in the next quarter.

Forbes India

Sept 08, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

The survey said that nearly 44 percent of employers reported that they may return to pre-COVID-19 hiring within the next nine months whereas 42 percent are unsure about returning back to normalcy from the hiring perspective.

Yourstory

Sept 08, 2020

Hiring to pick up slightly in October – December Quarter, says jobs survey

The pandemic is taken a massive toll on India Inc’s hiring plans for the current fiscal, however, companies are more confident of their hiring plans in the October-December quarter as compared to the quarter ended July-September quarter.

Times Now News

Sept 08, 2020

Coronavirus impact | India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years survey

India is witnessing the weakest hiring sentiment in 15 years with just 3 per cent companies planning to add staff in the next three months, a survey of over 800 employers said on Tuesday.

Money Control

Sept 08, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

As per the survey, 7 per cent of employers anticipate an increase in payrolls, 3 per cent forecast a decrease and 54 per cent expect no change.

Financial Express

Sept 08, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 yrs; only 3% firms planning to hire

India is witnessing the weakest hiring sentiment in 15 years with just 3 per cent companies planning to add staff in the next three months, a survey of over 800 employers said on Tuesday.

Business Standard

Sept 08, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

According to the ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey, that covered 813 firms across India, Indian employers report cautious hiring plans for the final quarter of 2020

Mint

Sept 08, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

Nearly 44 percent of employers reported that they may return to pre-COVID hiring within the next 9 months.

Money Control

Sept 08, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

According to the ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey, that covered 813 firms across India, Indian employers report cautious hiring plans for the final quarter of 2020.

The Hindu

Sept 08, 2020

India’s hiring outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

India is witnessing the weakest hiring sentiment in 15 years with just 3% companies planning to add staff in the next three months, a survey of over 800 employees said.

The Times Of India

August 31, 2020

Boosted by WFH job openings jump

The article talks about how job openings are increasing. All the professionals in spaces like cybersecurity will command increments in the range of 12-18%, those employed in automation roles will see hikes in the range of 12-15%, while medical scientists and microbiologists can expect increments in the range of 10-15%. Commenting about the hiring trends in the IT space Mr Sanju Ballurkar, president, Experis IT says that it continues to be strong. He also observed that technology positions that cater to distributed workforce management are certainly seeing an uptick.

Financial Express

August 24, 2020

E-comm majors drive seasonal hiring surge

The article talks about how there is spike in hiring due to the upcoming festive season. Commenting about the same Mr Alok Kumar said “ hiring at retail space is definitely going to take a hit this festive season. But the loss of a particular sector could be a big gain for the other, in this case — e-commerce and logistics companies. These companies are visibly bullish after seeing the recent outcome of one of the largest e-commerce company’s online festivals. They plan to augment their frontline staff — delivery and warehouse personnel by adding 15 to 20 per cent more headcounts in this festive season.

The Hindu Business Line

August 20, 2020

In post-Covid world, human quotient to become more important for companies, say experts

Businesses will have to ensure they create offices as clean zones; firms will have to offer alternative ways of working; companies will have to provide job security, say experts

Business Today

August 20, 2020

Randstad, ManpowerGroup, Gi Group & The Adecco Group Form Alliance to Get Employees Back To Work Safely

The Adecco Group, ManpowerGroup, Gi Group & Randstad, the Indian operations of four leading global HR services companies have released the ‘Safely Back To Work - Best Practices Handbook’ today. It is a comprehensive compilation of health and safety protocols that will enable businesses and workers to safely return to the physical workplace when the time is right. The report currently covers four sectors – Manufacturing, Infrastructure, IT/ITES and Pharma, Healthcare and Life Sciences, with more than 450 health and safety protocols and recommendations across these sectors.

Business World

August 20, 2020

RCovid times: Global HR majors come out with handbook of safe work practices

For the first time, the Indian operations of rival global HR majors — The Adecco Group, ManpowerGroup, Gi Group and Randstad — have come together under the Indian Alliance banner to release ‘Safely Back To Work - Best Practices Handbook.

The Hindu Business Line

August 20, 2020

The Adecco Group, ManpowerGroup, Gi Group & Randstad release ‘Safely Back To Work – Best Practices Handbook’

The report currently covers four sectors – Manufacturing, Infrastructure, IT/ITES and Pharma, Healthcare and Life Sciences, with more than 450 health and safety protocols and recommendations across these sectors.

HR Katha

August 20, 2020

The Adecco Group, Manpower Group, Gi Group & Randstad Release ‘Safely Back To Work – Best Practices Handbook’

The Indian operations of four leading global HR services companies on Thursday released a comprehensive compilation of health and safety protocols that will enable businesses and workers to safely return to the physical workplace.

Outlook India

August 20, 2020

The Adecco Group, ManpowerGroup, Gi Group & Randstad release ‘Safely Back To Work – Best Practices Handbook’

: "By coming together along with The Adecco Group, Randstad and Gi Group, we have attempted to ease off some pressure by providing a ready reckoner of recommended safety guidelines and employee wellness parameters, which is a culmination of Industry best practices," Sandeep Gulati, MD, ManpowerGroup India, said.

Business Standard

August 17, 2020

E-shopping fever spurs rise in delivery openings

Alok Kumar The article talks about the sudden increase in online shopping has also increased the demand of delivery staffs. There are more than 1 lakh openings in e-tailers, e-restaurants, e-grocers and errand runners resembling Dunzo, Swiggy and Wefast for instant placements.

The Hindu

August 14, 2020

E-comm majors drive seasonal hiring surge

The article talks about how there is spike in hiring due to the upcoming festive season. Commenting about the same Mr Alok Kumar said “ hiring at retail space is definitely going to take a hit this festive season. But the loss of a particular sector could be a big gain for the other, in this case — e-commerce and logistics companies. These companies are visibly bullish after seeing the recent outcome of one of the largest e-commerce company’s online festivals. They plan to augment their frontline staff — delivery and warehouse personnel by adding 15 to 20 per cent more headcounts in this festive season.

The Hindu Business Line

August 09, 2020

Work From Home has certainly broken down boundaries to hiring. We have seen an increase in demand for talent from non-metro and semi-urban areas. Alok Kumar, Sr. Director – Manpower Sales, Account Management & Global Accounts, talks to Narayanan V from The Hindu Business Line.

The Hindu Business Line

Aug 09, 2020

commerce drives spurt in temporary hiring

Alok Kumar, Sr. Director – Sales, Account Mgt. & Global Accounts, ManpowerGroup India talks to The Economic Times about the demand for delivery staff and fulfillment centers (warehouses) from the eCommerce sector.

Economic Times

July 14, 2020

IT hirings rising in healthcare & telecom industry

Telecom and healthcare sectors are continuing to recruit IT professionals in significant numbers, reveals Sanju Ballurkar, President at Experis IT, ManpowerGroup India, in an exclusive interaction with Express Computer

Express Computer

July 13, 2020

Job Status

The story talks about different trends shaping the job market, in what all sectors they have start hiring, the highs and lows in the job market and how this pandemic has given the job market a rise in rigs.

ET Magazine

June 24, 2020

This could be the best time to opt for teaching. Here’s why

Alok Kumar, Senior Director at ManpowerGroup speaks to ET Prime on how online education has gained traction in the post-Covid period and most of the teachers with leading edtech platforms are getting lucrative packages.

ET Prime

May 29, 2020

COVID-19 impact | With surge in layoffs, demand for outplacement services soars

The article talks about how queries for outplacement have gone up 30-35 percent in the tech space since the virus outbreak intensified. Commenting about the the biggest challenge is the job openings available in the market given the scale of outplacement, Mr Prashant said " opportunities apart, the time it takes to place an individual would be longer. For instance, if it took 2-3 months earlier it would take double the in the current scenario. Mr Pandey further points out, “Though the demand is more, there is a difference in appetite to invest between pre-COVID-19 and post-COVID-19.”

Money Control

May 29, 2020

COVID-19 impact | With surge in layoffs, demand for outplacement services soars

The article talks about how queries for outplacement have gone up 30-35 percent in the tech space since the virus outbreak intensified. Commenting about the the biggest challenge is the job openings available in the market given the scale of outplacement, Mr Prashant said " opportunities apart, the time it takes to place an individual would be longer. For instance, if it took 2-3 months earlier it would take double the in the current scenario. Mr Pandey further points out, “Though the demand is more, there is a difference in appetite to invest between pre-COVID-19 and post-COVID-19.”

Money Control

May 29, 2020

COVID-19 impact | With surge in layoffs, demand for outplacement services soars

The article talks about how queries for outplacement have gone up 30-35 percent in the tech space since the virus outbreak intensified. Commenting about the the biggest challenge is the job openings available in the market given the scale of outplacement, Mr Prashant said " opportunities apart, the time it takes to place an individual would be longer. For instance, if it took 2-3 months earlier it would take double the in the current scenario. Mr Pandey further points out, “Though the demand is more, there is a difference in appetite to invest between pre-COVID-19 and post-COVID-19.”

Money Control

10 June 2020

Hiring plans for Q3 in India weakest in 15 years: Survey

Hiring plans for Q3 in India weakest in 15 years: Survey

Bhaskar live

10 June 2020

Just 5pc of India Inc bullish on hiring in Jul-Sep qtr, job outlook bleakest in 15 yrs: Survey

Just 5pc of India Inc bullish on hiring in Jul-Sep qtr, job outlook bleakest in 15 yrs: Survey

Yahoo Finance

10 June 2020

Employers forecast a bleak hiring trend for Q3, 2020 with Net Employment Outlook of +5%

Employers forecast a bleak hiring trend for Q3, 2020 with Net Employment Outlook of +5%

Punekar News

10 June 2020

Mining & Construction, finance, insurance, real estate to drive Q3 job market in India

Mining & Construction, finance, insurance, real estate to drive Q3 job market in India

CNBC TV

10 June 2020

Today’s top business news: S&P says India's fiscal stimulus not enough to support growth, fuel prices hiked, stocks most expensive since 2002, and more

Today’s top business news: S&P says India's fiscal stimulus not enough to support growth, fuel prices hiked, stocks most expensive since 2002, and more

The Hindu

10 June 2020

Coronavirus impact: Only 5% of India Inc plans hiring in Jul-Sep quarter

Coronavirus impact: Only 5% of India Inc plans hiring in Jul-Sep quarter

Business Today

10 June 2020

Mining & construction, finance, insurance, real estate to drive Q3 job market in India

Mining & construction, finance, insurance, real estate to drive Q3 job market in India

Money Control

10 June 2020

Just 5pc of India Inc bullish on hiring in Jul-Sep qtr, job outlook bleakest in 15 yrs: Survey

Just 5pc of India Inc bullish on hiring in Jul-Sep qtr, job outlook bleakest in 15 yrs: Survey

ET Retail

10 June 2020

Just 5pc of India Inc bullish on hiring in July-September quarter, job outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

Just 5pc of India Inc bullish on hiring in July-September quarter, job outlook bleakest in 15 years: Survey

The Times of India

10 June 2020

India’s job outlook bleakish in 15 years: Survey

India’s job outlook bleakish in 15 years: Survey

Dainik Jagarab - New Delhi

10 June 2020

Mining, Construction, finance, insurance, real estate to drive job market

Mining, Construction, finance, insurance, real estate to drive job market

Dainik Bhaskar - New Delhi

10 June 2020

Only 5% bullish on hiring in Q2

Only 5% bullish on hiring in Q2

Naya India - New Delhi

10 June 2020

Only 5% bullish on hiring in Q2: Survey

Only 5% bullish on hiring in Q2: Survey

Hari Bhoomi - New Delhi

10 June 2020

Only 5% bullish on hiring in Q2

Only 5% bullish on hiring in Q2

Rashtriya Sahara - New Delhi

10 June 2020

Only 5% bullish on hiring in Q2

Only 5% bullish on hiring in Q2

Navbharat Times - New Delhi

10 June 2020

Job market has hit a 15-year low due to covid, says report

Job market has hit a 15-year low due to covid, says report

Mint- Mumbai

10 June 2020

Only 5% bullish on hiring in Q2

Only 5% bullish on hiring in Q2

Sanmarg- New Delhi

10 June 2020

Only 5% bullish on hiring in Q2

Only 5% bullish on hiring in Q2

Jansatta - New Delhi

10 June 2020

India’s job outlook bleakish in 15 years: Survey

India’s job outlook bleakish in 15 years: Survey

Millennium Post - Delhi

10 June 2020

Employment outlook worst in 15 years, says survey

Employment outlook worst in 15 years, says survey

Statesman - New Delhi

10 June 2020

Mining, Construction, finance, insurance, real estate to drive job market

Mining, Construction, finance, insurance, real estate to drive job market

Maharashtra Times - Pune

10 June 2020

Only 5% bullish on hiring in Q2

Only 5% bullish on hiring in Q2

Decan Herald - Delhi

10 June 2020

Hiring intents weakest sine 2005: Manpower

Hiring intents weakest sine 2005: Manpower

Financial Express - National

09 June 2020

Pandemic Leaves Hiring Plans in Disarray

Pandemic Leaves Hiring Plans in Disarray

The Economic Times- Kolkata

June 2020

Situations Vacant: 12,000 jobs on offer in edtech

There are currently around 12,000 active openings for permanent job roles across levels at leading edtech companies, according to an estimate put together for ET by ManpowerGroup. ManpowerGroup India has open mandates of 2,000 new requirements from edtech companies — all bagged in the last two months, said Alok Kumar, its senior director for sales, account management & global accounts.

National

May 27th 2020

Randstad, Adecco Group, ManpowerGroup, Gi Group join forces to help India get back to work safely

The alliance's actions will be focused on sharing best practices on health and safety protocols, which can be used by organisations, to support a safe return to workplaces throughout India, a joint statement said on Wednesday.

The Economic Times

May 27th 2020

Four recruitment firms join hands to help India Inc return to work

Four global HR services companies -- Randstad, The Adecco Group, ManpowerGroup and Gi Group -- have formed an alliance to “help India get back to work safely”.

The Times of India

May 27th 2020

Staffing giants join forces to decode COVID-19 puzzle

Randstad, The Adecco Group, ManpowerGroup and Gi Group, the Indian operations of four leading global HR services companies have formed an alliance to “Help India Get Back to Work Safely”. The four organisations have combined to leverage each other’s strengths in a non-commercial alliance to tackle the key challenges facing the labour market today.

The Hindu

May 27th 2020

Randstad, Adecco Group, ManpowerGroup and Gi Group partner for workplace safety amidst COVID-19

In a first-of-its-kind partnership in the human resource industry, the Indian operations of four global HR firms Randstad, The Adecco Group, ManpowerGroup and Gi Group, have formed an alliance to ‘Help India Get Back to Work Safely’.

Money Control

May 27th 2020

Randstad, The Adecco Group, ManpowerGroup and Gi Group join forces to help India get back to work safely

Randstad, The Adecco Group, ManpowerGroup and Gi Group, the Indian operations of four global HR services companies have formed an alliance to “Help India Get Back to Work Safely”.

ET Rise

May 27th 2020

Randstad, Adecco Group, ManpowerGroup, Gi Group join forces to help India get back to work safety

The objective of this collaboration is to minimize the negative impact of COVID-19 on the economy.

BW People

May 20th 2020

A job that is almost recession proof

TThe article talks about how the data engineers are still in demand and in the coming days how the salary may increase. Commenting about the field Mr Sanju Ballurkar, president of Experis IT, ManpowerGroup India said the demand for data engineers are more or else steady.

The Times of Inddia

March 13th, 2020

Chances Galore for skilled workforce’

Hiring plans are expected to be steady for the upcoming three months. Sectors that will lead the job market are likely to be the mining and construction, wholesale, retail trade and services.

DT Next

March 11th, 2020

Covid-19 may affect hiring plans in India

While India Inc is expecting that the hiring sentiments will improve by next quarter, it is sitting fingers crossed to see what could be possible impact of coronavirus on the economy and hiring.

Deccan Chronicle

March 11th, 2020

Survey of 5,153 employers across India indicates steady hiring plans for upcoming 3 months

According to the ManpowerGroup Outlook Survey released today by ManpowerGroup, the survey of 5,153 employers across India indicates study hiring plans for the upcoming three months.

UNI

March 10th, 2020

ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey: Employers forecast a steady second-quarter hiring trend

It is too early to predict the potential impact of COVID-19 on global hiring, says ManpowerGroup India, part of a U.S.-based workforce solutions firm.

Desi Babu

March 10th, 2020

ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey: Employers forecast a steady second-quarter hiring trend

According to the ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey released today by ManpowerGroup, the survey of 5,153 employers across India indicates steady hiring plans for the upcoming three months. Sectors which will lead the job market are likely to be the Mining & Construction, Wholesale & Retail Trade and Services sectors. Small-sized companies with employee strength (10 – 49) will be hiring more than others. Also, hiring will see a rise in the East and North regions.

India Education Dairy

March 10th, 2020

Too early to predict COVID-19 impact on global hiring’

It is too early to predict the potential impact of COVID-19 on global hiring, says ManpowerGroup India, part of a U.S.-based workforce solutions firm.

The Hindu

February 29th, 2020

Jobs in India: MBAs are more in demand than IT sector professionals

Sales and marketing professionals have beaten techies by topping the list of 10 most in-demand jobs in India. A recent survey by ManpowerGroup India showed that around 19% of companies reported that the most in-demand job role for them relates to sales and marketing representatives and managers. IT personnel stood a close second in the list

livemint.com

January 15, 2020

How to add value through career coaching

The article talks about how a Structured career coaching will be an extremely important process in an efficient employee.

Hindustan Times

January 14, 2020

How to deal with company layoffs without losing your mind

Layoffs, if not managed well can be caustic. Mr. Prashant Pandey, Country Manager of Right Management India, part of ManpowerGroup India, talks about ways to handle layoffs. Read on to know how Right Management helped a global Pharma company handle layoff.

India Today

January 3, 2020

At 9.2%, salary growth in India is highest in Asia

Layoffs, if not managed well can be caustic. Mr. Prashant Pandey, Country Manager of Right Management India, part of ManpowerGroup India, talks about ways to handle layoffs. Read on to know how Right Management helped a global Pharma company handle layoff.

The Hindu Businessline