Source | economictimes.indiatimes.com | PTI
With the overall intent-to-hire witnessing a three per cent point rise in the ongoing quarter due to a growth economy coupled with fewer supply disruptions, a report has shown that sales function has emerged as the biggest gainer of this positive sentiment. There is a three per cent point growth in the overall intent-to-hire in the current quarter, according to the TeamLease Employment Outlook Report for the October-December quarter.
The near-10 per cent growth in GDP in the current fiscal, coupled with fewer supply disruptions, opening up of the pent-up demand both in the traditional and contact-intensive services as well as the buoyancy in the global economy are having a positive impact on hiring states, the report added.
The biggest gainer of this positive sentiment is the sales function, with more than 58 per cent of the employers from across the sector are keen to hire talent for sales roles, it said.
In fact, out of the 21 sectors reviewed, sales is the most sought-after role in four sectors for October-December 2021, it said.