With an eye on the $ 5T economy, Indian industries have increasingly adopted digital solutions and invested in infrastructure. This has culminated in a transformation of the job landscape that has been led by demographic changes, government policies, a rising Industry 4.0 and increasing globalization.
This change is directly affected by the readiness of our present talent pool for new-age jobs or job types and these findings have been condensed into the ISR 2020 report. “It highlights the two sides of the scenario and compares them to understand the prevalent gaps, discusses and puts forth possible solutions that could very well play a pivotal role in India’s growth story. You can check insights of last year’s ISR 2019 report.”
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Udayan Dutt Global Functions HR Director-Reckitt Benckiser
With the fast adoption and build out of technology in our country, e-commerce would be set to grow, not as another channel but another eco-system where the business would prosper.
Udayan Dutt Global Functions HR Director Reckitt Benckiser
Prashant Parashar President HR-Emcure Pharmaceuticals
The Pharmaceutical industry requires people with multidisciplinary knowledge for manufacturing – engineering combined with either pharmaceutical science or biotechnology.
Prashant Parashar President HR Emcure Pharmaceuticals
Nirav Jagad CHRO-Nykaa.com
Some of the new roles I foresee that will be in high demand in the future in our industry will be in the space of Data Analytics, Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, UI UX Designer, Legal and Compliance and People (HR) Professionals.
Nirav Jagad CHRO Nykaa.com
Sriram V CHRO-BankBazaar.com
$5 Trillion cannot come from the Services Industry alone. In the last few decades, India has not focused on Manufacturing. We need to focus on both Services and Manufacturing