The world was devastated by the coronavirus pandemic with industries coming to a standstill, lack of labour, and the widening of the skill gap. However, with the digital revolution gathering pace, increasing inflow of foreign investment, and the burgeoning presence of integrated workplaces, India Inc. has been adapting to the changing trends of the job landscape.
These developments and the resulting consequences have been consolidated into the India Skills Report 2021. “It illustrates the changing scenario of demand and supply of talent, identifies the gaps prevailing between the two, and provides recommendations to sustain the growth of the Indian economy. You can check insights of last year’s ISR 2020 report. “
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Monica Mudgal Senior Vice-President – Human Resources
One of the big shifts which we have noticed across Organisations in last 6 to 8 months is that People Leaders are now moving from Task-orientation to Result-orientation.
Monica Mudgal Senior Vice-President – Human Resources HealthKart
Megha Gupta Human Resource Director-Fiserv
63% of the current job that people are currently doing will be replaced by technology which necessarily means that the way we perform our jobs can be replaced. So, we can expect a shift in role from being more execution-oriented to be more strategically driven
Megha Gupta Human Resource Director Fiserv
Ketan Krishna Head of Human Resources-RentoMojo
We saw a huge spike in temporary workforce. When the pandemic hit, the delivery team had to go to 2x level as 52% of our customer base was moving back from the cities to their hometowns.
Ketan Krishna Head of Human Resources RentMojo
Ajay Chowdhury Senior VP & Head HR-SRF Limited
Hardcore manufacturing jobs will continue to be in demand, while maintenance jobs may squeeze due to better management of machines. Advancement in machinery and technical evolution will impact the count of jobs.