In good news for employees, hiring activity is expected to remain favourable across sectors for April-June 2018, a survey which tracked over 4,600 employers said, with wholesale and retail anticipating the strongest net employment outlook.
While none of the employers expect any reduction in payrolls, 16% anticipate an increase in workforce across sectors, the ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook survey — findings of which were shared exclusively with TOI, says.
The survey could dispel concerns of job creation, as employer confidence remains resilient and job seekers are expected to benefit from a positive second-quarter hiring sentiment.
Employers in all four regions expect to increase payrolls during the next three months, with strong hiring prospects reported in two regions — north and south, a net employment outlook each of 17%. For eastern and western regions, employers forecast a steady increase in staffing levels with outlook of 16% and 14%, respectively. Read More…
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