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Recruitment process has seen several evolution right from the era of clerical department till is has moved under talent acquisition. Recruitment industry has modified itself and has taken various ...

Recruitment process has seen several evolution right from the era of clerical department till is has moved under talent acquisition. Recruitment industry has modified itself and has taken various avatar on each phase of evolution. Below given are the evolution of the hiring process. But 90% of the Indian recruiters are still with hiring 1.0 and 1.5. The scenario has to change for the betterment of recruitment community.

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  • 1. Recruitment Trends for 2013 in India
  • 2. Recruitment Trends for 2013 in IndiaEvolution of RecruitmentRecruitment process has seen several evolution right from the era of clericaldepartment till is has moved under talent acquisition. Recruitment industry hasmodified itself and has taken various avatar on each phase of evolution. Belowgiven are the evolution of the hiring process. But 90% of the Indian recruiters arestill with hiring 1.0 and 1.5. The scenario has to change for the betterment ofrecruitment community.Hiring 1.0 – It is a traditional recruiting process.Hiring 1.5 – It is a mix of traditional and automated process.Hiring 2.0 – Combined with Social Media Strategies.Hiring 3.0 (Best Hiring Practices) – Precise and organized way of doing recruitment.Todays hiring process has been completely verbal and there is no documentationavailable to justify the fair practice of the Recruiters / Consultancies / Corporate. hemotive behind this authorization is to create fair hiring practice among thecommunity and abolish unethical practices from the industry like backdoor entryetc.
  • 3. Recruitment Trends for 2013 in IndiaThe Stats – Good News !!!Economic indicators Employment Index show that the recovery is progressing afterthe down fall of economy way back in 2009. IT Job Conditions reports positive signsfor the IT recruitment sector.According to a recent survey, the demand of work force has been increased to 35%and yet the supply percentage is just below 21%. That means, we have a seriousbusiness to do in recruitment.Demand of work force doesn’t refer only to the Man power placements to fill thegap. Instead, a qualified and quantified work force is needed to fulfill the hiring gapin the industry.What opportunities lie ahead for 2013? What business trends should you anticipate-- starting now?
  • 4. Recruitment Trends for 2013 in IndiaTrends to tag in 2013Up gradation on evolving hiring methods – Recruiters, Consultancy and theCorporate.90% of the total recruitment community are still doing Hiring 1.0 and 1.5 in India.Where else US and European countries has surpassed us to reach Hiring 3.0. We arelacking behind in our skills to feed the recruitment need for ourselves and ourclients.Be Social – Always get your self connected with the industry peers. Use SocialMedia tools for better recruitment results.Most of the recruiters don’t have a complete and proper social media strategies.Many leave their avatar blank, intimates their present co as ‘confidential’, withoutno contact details etc. The more complete and strong social media profile we have,the more confidence we gain from our candidates.Watch the ROI – Create an employable talent pool than going for an unknownworkforce. Make everyone employable.
  • 5. Recruitment Trends for 2013 in IndiaTrends to tag in 2013Recruitment as a Business Partner – Recruitment is always seen as a supportservice rather than a business partner. Share, suggest and advice the managementwhen ever it is needed.Recruiters and the recruitment managers need to be more transparent with theirCEO on hiring issues. In fact, recruitment is the CEO’s agenda.Anticipate Change – Recruiters has to learn from their past mistakes. They have toadopt themselves to the changing strategies, environment, policies etc. No wherethey can stick with their traditional hiring methods. There needs to be acombination of both traditional and modern hiring strategies to find the exacttalent pool.
  • 6. Recruitment Trends for 2013About Vijay Anand (Head Mentor – Hirington Academy)Has closed to 13 years of experience in the Recruitment Industry. Workingexperience includes Leading Consultancy Services, IT/Telecom software companiesin Chennai, India. Holds a Bachelor of Science from Madras University, India. Masterof Labour Management from Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai and a PostGraduate degree in Human Resources Management, Pondichery.• Experience of interviewing several hundreds of candidates across all the verticals.• Exposure to both consultancy and corporate environment.• Groomed a team of recruiters for productive results.• Provided recruitment solutions for several hundreds of recruiters through Online and In-person mentoring.• Founder and President of Global Recruiters Association, non profit organization for recruiters (www.graindia.org)• Online Recruitment Journal - Hirington (www.hirington.com),• Author of Hiring Handbook,• Cross Border Recruiter Exchange (an Online Facebook Community for Recruiters)• Subject Matter Expert in Recruitment.
  • 7. Recruitment Trends for 2013Contact us for various Recruitment related programs. Vijay Anand L V Director & Head Mentor – Hirington Academy 9841696536 contact@hiringtonacademy.org