News: India Inc plans to hire more compared to any other country

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India Inc plans to hire more compared to any other country

A report by International Business Report - Grant Thornton, a global consultancy firm, states that Indian business houses plan to hire more compared to any other country. According to the report India is one of the top ten countries that plan to increase hiring in the coming year, with 73 per cent of Indian businesses planning the same, which is more than double the global average of 36 per cent. It is not only Grant Thornton, another global research firm Morgan Stanley in its report states that the worst phase of the economy might be over and this is reflected in business optimism and planned wage growth. In fact 83 per cent of Indian businesses are optimistic about their local economy, much higher than the global average of 50 per cent, and about 88 per cent of Indian businesses plan to increase employee wages at or above inflation level.

A report by International Business Report - Grant Thornton, a global consultancy firm, states that Indian business houses plan to hire more compared to any other country. According to the report India is one of the top ten countries that plan to increase hiring in the coming year, with 73 per cent of Indian businesses planning the same, which is more than double the global average of 36 per cent. It is not only Grant Thornton, another global research firm Morgan Stanley in its report states that the worst phase of the economy might be over and this is reflected in business optimism and planned wage growth. In fact 83 per cent of Indian businesses are optimistic about their local economy, much higher than the global average of 50 per cent, and about 88 per cent of Indian businesses plan to increase employee wages at or above inflation level.
 

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