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India Inc hiring may gather pace in October-December, but not as much as last year

However, hiring sentiment in four of seven Indian industry sectors is the weakest reported since the survey began 15 years ago. These are the manufacturing, mining and construction, services, and wholesale and retail trade sectors.
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KOLKATA: The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic continues to be felt on corporate India’s hiring plans but there’s been a small pick-up in sentiment from the July-September quarter, the latest Manpower Employment Survey has revealed. However, hiring sentiment in four of seven Indian industry sectors is the weakest reported since the survey began 15 years ago. These are the manufacturing,
to changes in the labour law and leniency on tax returns. We hope to see the impact of these reforms in the subsequent quarters.” Smaller organisations are expected to lead hiring, said the survey, followed by medium and large ones. From a regional perspective, the north and east indicate a more positive outlook compared with the west and south.
KOLKATA: The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic continues to be felt on corporate India’s hiring plans but there’s been a small pick-up in sentiment from the July-September quarter, the latest Manpower Employment Survey has revealed. However, hiring sentiment in four of seven Indian industry sectors is the weakest reported since the survey began 15 years ago. These are the manufacturing, to changes in the labour law and leniency on tax returns. We hope to see the impact of these reforms in the subsequent quarters.” Smaller organisations are expected to lead hiring, said the survey, followed by medium and large ones. From a regional perspective, the north and east indicate a more positive outlook compared with the west and south.

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