News: India most optimistic on hiring plans for April-June quarter: Survey

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India most optimistic on hiring plans for April-June quarter: Survey

India has emerged the most optimistic nation in terms of hiring plans for the next three months and sectors such as aviation, IT & ITeS and retail are likely to see an increase in payrolls. According to the Employment Outlook Survey released today by workforce solutions major ManpowerGroup, 41 per cent of the surveyed Indian employers are expected to add on to their staff levels in second-quarter of this calendar year. Employers, across most sectors, in India had been apprehensive of hiring due to uncertainty in overall business environment. However, things are expected to improve in 2014, the survey that covered 5,302 employers in India said.

India has emerged the most optimistic nation in terms of hiring plans for the next three months and sectors such as aviation, IT & ITeS and retail are likely to see an increase in payrolls. According to the Employment Outlook Survey released today by workforce solutions major ManpowerGroup, 41 per cent of the surveyed Indian employers are expected to add on to their staff levels in second-quarter of this calendar year. Employers, across most sectors, in India had been apprehensive of hiring due to uncertainty in overall business environment. However, things are expected to improve in 2014, the survey that covered 5,302 employers in India said.

Read the Hindu Business Line news report here.

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