When you’re hired, hire ’em well: Job vacancies in Indian HR are plentiful
More than 3 million jobs are vacant in India, according to the Indian Statistical Institute.
The country has been struggling with a growing labor shortage.
The government’s labor market reforms have given new impetus to job creation.
In recent years, hiring and retraining of employees have increased, and job openings have been more common.
Some of these hiring initiatives are aimed at training and retrain existing workers.
Others, such as the human resources generalism (HRG) program, are designed to fill gaps in human resources.
HRG was created to fill vacancies in HR.
It is an effort to streamline and strengthen the HR sector in India.
The HRG program was launched in 2010.
In 2015, the government also created a new HR ministry with an aim to strengthen the workforce and improve the efficiency of the HR department.
In January, the ministry launched a two-year pilot project that aims to create 10,000 HR professionals by 2020.
The pilot project will begin in 2019, and it will last for two years.
The ministry has also set up a recruitment agency to recruit workers for the HRG.
In 2019, it has asked employers to apply for jobs through the recruitment agency.
This is in a bid to ensure that they are not filling vacant positions.
While there is a shortage of HR professionals, there is also a shortage in senior managers, as well as in other positions such as directors and directors’ assistants.
This has resulted in a growing number of job vacancies in the HR departments, particularly in the public sector.
A shortage of senior managers In January 2017, the HR ministry had said that it is looking at creating 2,500-3,000 senior managers within three years.
According to the ministry, the first group of senior management will be created in 2019 and the second group in 2020.
However, the number of positions is not clear yet.
The job vacancies have been rising rapidly, with the HR Department seeing a surge in vacancies.
In February, the National Advisory Council of the India Council of Personnel (NACIP) had said in a report that there were 1.5 lakh vacancies in all HR departments.
In October, the Times of Indian reported that the government had started accepting applications for 1,500 senior managers.
According, the recruitment agencies have received over 300,000 applications so far.
This puts the total number of vacancies in India’s HR sector at 3.6 million.
According the National Council of Employees (NCEE), there were 4.1 million job openings in India in 2015.
In 2017, there were more than 10.8 million vacancies in public and private sector HR sectors.
There are also more than 6.2 million vacancies for HR professionals in government and civil service.
There is a shortfall of 3.5 million positions for HR practitioners in the Indian workforce.
India’s labor shortage has been worsened by a government crackdown on the informal sector, a major source of jobs in the country.
Many of these jobs are low-paid.
India has the world’s highest unemployment rate, at nearly 14%.
The government has sought to improve the situation through the creation of incentives to encourage employment in the informal economy, such that they pay better wages and offer benefits to employees.
This was implemented through a new incentive scheme called Pay-Per-Hour (PPH).
In 2018, the Prime Minister launched a new tax on “low-income” jobs.
The new tax will be levied on businesses that have more than 20 employees, up to 1,000 employees, and between 2,000 and 5,000 workers.
In the first five years of the tax, the levy will be 20%.
This is to incentivize companies to hire people and increase their efficiency.
However for the rest of the years, the tax will only be levied at the time of hiring.
The PPH tax was imposed in May 2018 and was supposed to be implemented in 2018-2019.
However in November, the PPH was cancelled.
The tax was due to take effect in 2019-20.
The NACIP report also said that there was a shortfall in 1.8 lakh jobs for HR specialists.
A lot of HR specialists are not trained and not qualified to perform their roles.
For example, a HR specialist who is not in the top tier of the human resource sector can get a job as a software developer and become a consultant for a private firm.
In some cases, HR specialists can get positions in a public sector firm that can only pay the salaries of their senior executives.
The mismatch in HR professionals’ skills and experience means that the public and non-government sectors have been hiring them to fill this gap.
The gap is due to the mismatch between the salaries paid to HR professionals and the wages that they receive.
The human resource minister had said, “If there is an HR specialist not working, it is because he or she is not trained.
If there is no HR specialist