Talent crisis is largely due to huge pool of opportunities

Talent crisis is largely due to huge pool of opportunities
The competitiveness among employers to offer the best compensation, benefits, work environment, established processes, ease of working, independence etc. has emerged due to the ongoing talent crisis as a result of high churn rate.

After much hyped global Great resignation, do you feel it has affected India also? If so, how and to what extent? Is it limited to tech talent or spread to all sectors?

PG The way India’s economy is booming, there is significant growth observed in most of the industries especially IT, healthcare, automobile, pharmaceutical, coal, construction, real-state, tourism etc. Some of the industries are expanding basis various demographics which includes geography, portfolios, diversity etc. There are many new organisations in India getting established while others from outside India are foreseeing diversification in portfolio leading to immense number of opportunities for talent here. This expansion has either resulted out of cost saving and long pending multiple assignments during Covid or due to opportunities emerged out of challenges in the pandemic era and hence they are ready to explode the Indian market with plethora of jobs in the market. The change in work mindset in India has not happened only in IT industry which is still being...

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Peyu Gupta

currently is associated with Hughes Communication in the telecom industry as Director HR. She is a seasoned HR leader with 15+years of experience in leading miscellaneous portfolios of HR function from strategy to execution including Digital HR, Talent Management, Strategic Alliances, Talent Acquisition & Employer Branding, Learning & Development and Performance Management etc.

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Peyu Gupta

currently is associated with Hughes Communication in the telecom industry as Director HR. She is a seasoned HR leader with 15+years of experience in leading miscellaneous portfolios of HR function from strategy to execution including Digital HR, Talent Management, Strategic Alliances, Talent Acquisition & Employer Branding, Learning & Development and Performance Management etc.

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