Pharmaceutical, Healthcare & Life-Sciences

While specialised talent is critical for any knowledge industry, it is more so within the pharmaceuticals industry. Companies gain competitive advantage through primary or applied research and thus the need for specialised talent has become even more acute. The industry being a Research & Development (R&D) driven business, there is a high need for people with both technical as well as practical knowledge and skills. Across all the levels of the industry value chain, there is an intense requirement of talented people to discover, develop, license, manufacture, market and monitor medicines.

Engineering

India ranked second in global manufacturing competence in 2010, according to a report by Deloitte. The country will be gaining an even stronger foothold on this position over the next five years. India's rich talent pool of scientists, researchers, and engineers, as well as its large, well-educated English-speaking workforce and democratic regime make it an attractive destination for manufacturers.
Indian manufacturing/engineering industry employs over 4 million skilled and semi-skilled workers (direct and indirect). The sector saw a rise in salary of both middle and senior level management because of optimism in the domestic market, major foreign investments, high inflation and Greenfield entrants and brown field expansions.

FMCG

The FMCG sector continues to face the war for talent, with the number of people with disposable income growing every year. Indian FMCG professionals in the marketing field are considered the best, with many of them leading organisations worldwide. Sales & marketing professionals from FMCG companies have been poached by companies from sectors such as telecom, textiles, pharmaceuticals and automobiles, and the trend is likely to continue. FMCG professionals are much sought after as they bring with them specific skills which can effectively drive business transformation.

IT

With major IT firms evolving continuously in a dynamic market to address the complex demands of clients in a highly competitive environment, there is an increasing demand for a talent pool that has the skills to deliver value-added and unique solutions. This will also call on out of the box thinking by companies to ensure that their people are "future ready"

Media & Entertainment

Amidst the major challenges faced by the industry are threats from piracy and violation of intellectual property rights, lack of quality content, and lack of cohesive production and distribution infrastructure. In a bid to constantly think of new and innovative ways to keep themselves ahead of their competitors, companies are increasingly focusing on their quality of talent. However, the sector continues to reel under challenges of paucity and mismanagement of talent and lack of standardisation across levels with regards to salaries and designations. The demand supply gap particularly with regards to "right" creative content talent is another chronic trend.

Electrical, Electronics and Energy

Electronics Manufacturing Services
There is a vast pool of highly qualified and skilled engineers, which has attracted many multinational companies to set up their R&D centres in the country. The talent pool is primarily concentrated in a few metros, hence relocating them to small towns is difficult. High attrition rate due to the small pool of talent available for both manufacturers and machine sellers is another reason for the shortage of skilled hands.
Electrical Equipment Industry
For the switchgear and control gear industry, the skill sets available in the country are relatively less expensive making the industry competitive globally. The sector has become technology intensive, thus raising requirements of tech-savvy talent with the ability to increase productivity, using technology
Renewable Energy
The industry being in the growth stage currently faces huge talent challenges. Some companies are partnering with institutes like TERI, others are creating a talent pool by hiring specialists from abroad to train Indian project managers. There are others who partner with foreign institutions to offer students courses on design, installation and commissioning of solar projects.

IT

With major IT firms evolving continuously in a dynamic market to address the complex demands of clients in a highly competitive environment, there is an increasing demand for a talent pool that has the skills to deliver value-added and unique solutions. This will also call on out of the box thinking by companies to ensure that their people are "future ready"

Financial Services

The growing influence of the Indian economy is rapidly becoming a global platform for new growth in financial services, creating demand for highly skilled finance professionals. We address talent needs for all middle and senior management roles across all the segments of the sector such as Investment banking, Retail financial services, Insurance, Wealth Management etc.
Financial sector companies require staff to build on knowledge, but they are finding it increasingly tough to train new workers. Retaining talent in an industry with a huge growth potential poses another big challenge.

Infrastructure

The sector is a very large employer. Although the construction industry employs 33 million people, second only to the agricultural sector, the incremental workforce requirement is around four million people per year over the next seven years to sustain the current growth rate. The construction industry is set to face a challenge in terms of sourcing manpower. Adding to this problem is the shortage of contractors.

Telecom

The high growth potential in the sector, makes it a highly sought after sector by professionals. Despite the availability of skilled professionals in the industry, entry of new players disturbs the demand supply equilibrium, and companies are often seen struggling in recruiting and retaining talent owing to multiple opportunities available in the market.
The market is highly competitive and industry players need senior and middle level talent to successfully lead companies. The presence of right leaders is crucial to all stakeholders across the value chain - operators, services providers, network operators and equipment providers.

Education

While there is no official estimate of the number of teachers India will require by 2020, a rough estimate by the IIT's pegs the country's need at around 4.2 million lecturers to teach 42 million students at the higher educational level. The country is currently facing acute shortage of faculty at the higher education level. There exists a huge demand supply gap, and the sector is currently reeling under a huge talent crisis.

Consumer & Services

The sector is currently facing a talent crunch because of non availability of the talent required on such a large scale and a lack of training facility for the same. Though India has a vast pool of qualified human resources with the required education and motivation to undertake challenging tasks, there is a greater need for middle and senior level management. Management professionals from industries such as FMCG, telecom, BPO, and hospitality are increasingly being seen as suitable sectors to draw talent from. The sector is facing competency gaps in various key areas like supply chain management, vendor development and customer relations management.

Hospitality Industry

Hospitality industry has also come up in a big way to handle its share of challenges in the emerging market. The industry itself is vast and extensive and with the fast picking global economy, has seen growing number of opportunities for new comers and experienced players. Here, the industry requirements include service support of skilled candidates having positive approach towards their specific sector as well as complete conviction in their profile.

Why Us:
We, as hospitality recruitment company, have with us extensive experience in placing quality candidates in hospitality industry throughout the world.
Serving various industry sector recruitment demands as hospitality job consultants from insurance, banking and financial services to travel & leisure.
Having services of experts from all sectors providing vital assistance in short listing most suitable candidates that befit client companies' specifications.
Holding extensive experience in the field of hospitality operations and search that assist recruiters to staff candidates at staff, management and executive level cost to cost.
Having extensive database of qualified candidates as well as wide network of contacts at all levels within hospitality industry to provide for best talent possible.
Experience if filling up all management and key support positions that comprise marketing personnel, human resource management, executives, culinary, regional & district .managers, accounting professionals and others.
For serving clients better, we apart from screening for elementary round of interview also conduct orientation program for them once the selection has been done.