Demand for technicians has almost doubled in the last 14 months: ISF


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Demand for IT professionals has at least doubled in the last 14 months as most of the world’s businesses are busy accelerating the digitalisation and automation of their business, the Indian Personnel Federation (ISF), the country’s supreme body of temporary workers, reported.

“The world of work is digital. Therefore, the demand for technicians this year is at least double that of what we witnessed in the pre-Covid era. Most global organizations are accelerating the digital transformation because of Covid, and this momentum of transition will continue after the pandemic, ‘said Suchita Dutta, executive director at ISF. Demand for digital skills has risen sharply (especially for talent around artificial intelligence, data science, cloud computing, information security and blockchain), and as a result, temporary employment of fresh and others has risen in the 2021 calendar, the body confirmed.

Hiring temporary jobs

Citing a recent report, ISF said expectations from new fresh organizations rose from 6% in 2020 to 15% in 2021. Also, the technology sector was the best recruit for fresh companies with 24% when telecom and e- segments were engaged. shops. 21% and 19% fresh.

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However, the biggest challenge for the technology industry would be to find and retain talent (now with an improved work environment and voluntary dismissal of employees) of qualified resources, and this scenario has resulted in increased demand for temporary staff, including fresher ones. Most of these fresh studies are engaged in level 1, 2 and 3 universities and colleges and are trained in digital skills before engaging in various projects.

“Overall, the industry is preparing to adapt to needs and increase talent supply by upgrading the HR process, adding more training units, and also increasing the number of their temporary employees,” Dutta added.

There has been a tangible shift among companies towards current employment in temporary deposits because the supply side is already under pressure, she added.

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