"Business" Most Indian companies are ready to fill open roles internally



Most Indian companies are ready to fill open roles internally

According to LinkedIn’s ‘Future of Talent’ report, over nine out of 10, i.e. 93 percent, companies in India want to fill the open role internally in the post-Kovid-19 era.

The country’s competitive talent market is accelerating significant internal changes within the organization as 93 percent of companies in India said they wanted to fill internally open roles in the post-COVID-19 era, according to a report.

The report stated that seven out of 10 companies in India stated that the main reason for hiring internally is to get an insider’s viewpoint or a sense of progress. It has also been said that when hiring internally, the top three skills that companies in India see are good communication, problem-solving skills and time management. LinkedIn’s ‘Future of Talent’ report was submitted to independent market research firm GfK, which conducted this online survey with over 3,500 respondents from small, medium and large enterprises in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, including Australia, China, India, Japan. did. Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore.

The report further shows that upskilling will be core to the talent strategy, and internal dynamics, data-based hiring decisions such as trends and improvements in the employee experience will be taken into consideration for employers in 2021. To keep pace with today’s rapid digitization business needs, companies are also eager to upgrade the capabilities of their workforce. According to the report, 95 percent of companies in India have dedicated L&D (learning and development) programs to help employees learn new skills and prepare them for the future. Where skills move into the center, many companies in India today are also leaning on data analytics to tap into relevant talent pools while hiring.

The report showed that 91 percent of companies in India use data to make informed talent-based decisions, while 53 percent often use data to meet hidden needs. He said that to make remote hiring more efficient, nine out of 10 companies are still merging roles to reduce talent acquisition costs.

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