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India Sourcing Survey 2012Sourcing and Social Recruiting Trends in India
About our respondentsIndia Sourcing Survey 2012
Most of our respondents are from in-house recruitment.
Most of our respondents are from IT sector.
Sourcing Study and TrendsIndia Sourcing Survey 2012
Naukri enjoys a monopoly in domestic Indian market.
Mass-Mailing marches ahead of Job Posting. Diminishing resultson advertising?
Job portals are in distinct league and dominates sourcing channels
Most of recruitment functions use in-built systems. Excel numbersare surprising?
Considering high number of in-house and “Excel” factor, ATSindustry needs more standardization and improvement.
Indicating “Volume Hiring” trend
Need for better assessments and filtering systems?
Talent War Situation – Candidates have multiple offers
Indicates importance of quality and need of expanding beyond jobportals
High “Sourcing” literacy among recruiters. Positive signs
Major shift in recruiting models for direct hiring
Googling has long way to go to be effective. Something to do withinternet penetration in India?
Social Recruiting InsightsIndia Sourcing Survey 2012
Bullhorn is a clear winner.
No surprises here. LinkedIn is the most used networking site
Shows growth potential for LinkedIn in India Recruitment market
Still 40% says LinkedIn is a job portal. Worrying signs already?
Very encouraging trend – these numbers will only but increase
More companies are thinking about improving employer brandthrough social presence.
Road Ahead - 2013India Sourcing Survey 2012
Positive hiring sentiments for India Recruitment
Onwards and upwards trend for social recruiting. More are willingto invest.
Isn’ t that surprising? Most don’t prefer a Facebook job portal.
sarangbrahme@gmail.comsarang.brahme@capgemini.comTwitter: @sarangbrahmehttp://in.linkedin.com/in/sarangbrahmehttp://magics...
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India Sourcing Survey 2012

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The survey about sourcing and social recruiting trends in India.

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India Sourcing Survey 2012

  1. 1. India Sourcing Survey 2012Sourcing and Social Recruiting Trends in India
  2. 2. About our respondentsIndia Sourcing Survey 2012
  3. 3. Most of our respondents are from in-house recruitment.
  4. 4. Most of our respondents are from IT sector.
  5. 5. Sourcing Study and TrendsIndia Sourcing Survey 2012
  6. 6. Naukri enjoys a monopoly in domestic Indian market.
  7. 7. Mass-Mailing marches ahead of Job Posting. Diminishing resultson advertising?
  8. 8. Job portals are in distinct league and dominates sourcing channels
  9. 9. Most of recruitment functions use in-built systems. Excel numbersare surprising?
  10. 10. Considering high number of in-house and “Excel” factor, ATSindustry needs more standardization and improvement.
  11. 11. Indicating “Volume Hiring” trend
  12. 12. Need for better assessments and filtering systems?
  13. 13. Talent War Situation – Candidates have multiple offers
  14. 14. Indicates importance of quality and need of expanding beyond jobportals
  15. 15. High “Sourcing” literacy among recruiters. Positive signs
  16. 16. Major shift in recruiting models for direct hiring
  17. 17. Googling has long way to go to be effective. Something to do withinternet penetration in India?
  18. 18. Social Recruiting InsightsIndia Sourcing Survey 2012
  19. 19. Bullhorn is a clear winner.
  20. 20. No surprises here. LinkedIn is the most used networking site
  21. 21. Shows growth potential for LinkedIn in India Recruitment market
  22. 22. Still 40% says LinkedIn is a job portal. Worrying signs already?
  23. 23. Very encouraging trend – these numbers will only but increase
  24. 24. More companies are thinking about improving employer brandthrough social presence.
  25. 25. Road Ahead - 2013India Sourcing Survey 2012
  26. 26. Positive hiring sentiments for India Recruitment
  27. 27. Onwards and upwards trend for social recruiting. More are willingto invest.
  28. 28. Isn’ t that surprising? Most don’t prefer a Facebook job portal.
  29. 29. sarangbrahme@gmail.comsarang.brahme@capgemini.comTwitter: @sarangbrahmehttp://in.linkedin.com/in/sarangbrahmehttp://magicsourcer.wordpress.comhttp://capgeminijobs.wordpress.comSarang BrahmeSocial Recruiting & Sourcing Training LeadCapgemini IndiaCSPS Level-1

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