Article: Positive, yet Cautious Hiring Activity in Campuses this year: Study

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Positive, yet Cautious Hiring Activity in Campuses this year: Study

The Aon Campus Study 2016-17 seeks to understand the compensation philosophy adopted by companies across different campuses, and aims to provide a detailed view on campus compensation & recruitment strategies for various educational qualifications.
Positive, yet Cautious Hiring Activity in Campuses this year: Study
Uncertainty in the job market has been a norm in the past few years. This constant state of flux that India Inc. has been operating in has given rise to unpredictability, ambiguity and volatility in several industries as far as hiring is concerned. One sure-shot indicator of healthy hiring is the placement activity in college campuses. The Aon Campus Study 2016-17 analyzes just that and collates data from 300 organizations across 7 industries “to understand their campus strategies for identified educational qualifications across different tiers for 2016-17.” The study aims to understand the compensation philosophy by companies across campuses, and provides a nuanced understanding of campus compensation and recruitment strategies. The pan India study covered the industries of Hi-Tech, ITeS, E-Commerce, Consumer Products, Hospitality, Services, Financial Institutions, Manufacturing and Life Sciences and was conducted between October 2016 and January 2017. The study looks at...

Topics: Hiring, Talent Acquisition

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