IT Sector To Create New Job Opportunities
According to the Talent Shortage Survey conducted by ManpowerGroup, 45 percent of employers across the world said they can’t find the skills they need
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IT hiring intentions will be steady for the period April’19 – September’19. IT professionals can look forward to fresh job opportunities through the upcoming months, according to the Experis IT Employment Outlook Survey by ManpowerGroup India,
Information technology is the backbone of every business, utilizing computer hardware and software, as well as cloud-based applications. The multitude of technologies that encompass a company’s IT department needs to run efficiently and without interruption at all times, and they need to be periodically updated when newer, more advanced versions become available. In addition, all business information and files need to be kept secure and have no risk of being compromised. As you can see, the importance of IT cannot be underestimated. Because of this, you need to hire a knowledgeable, capable and forward-thinking IT specialist.
According to the Talent Shortage Survey conducted by ManpowerGroup, 45 percent of employers across the world said they can’t find the skills they need. For India, the statistics are alarming. 56 percent of Indian employers said they face difficulty filling roles. Employers are more active than ever in applying a mix of workforce strategies to address talent shortages.
Outsourcing to another company or country is a consideration for 16 percent of employers that cannot find the talent they need. Working with partners that specialize in fast-changing tech roles that are often project-based – cloud-computing, Java, DevOps or cybersecurity – can be more efficient than sourcing and maintaining capabilities in-house. Globally, more than half (56 percent) of employers say communication skills, written and verbal, are their most valued human strengths followed by collaboration and problem-solving.
But the talent shortage gap is yet to be filled. And changing skill needs are pushing talent shortage further up. Lack of available talent is what makes it difficult for Indian employers to fill job positions, especially in IT.
The recruitment domain is also going through automation revamp. The conventional practice of a management-driven approach, which seemed one-sided, has been taken over by a candidate-driven method, putting the spotlight on the candidate. Candidates are being seen as consumers of the HR services. Organizations are therefore thinking actively about Employer branding to attract talent.” added Mr. Manmeet Singh, President at Experis IT, ManpowerGroup India