Rajan has just uploaded his CV, applying for a sales job. He can do it very quickly now, given that this is his 23rd such upload in the last week. There is a wait ahead, he knows. He has been waiting for the last month since his last company did mass layoffs.
Tanya has just finished screening 21 people on a particularly busy Thursday. Her target—32 sales positions to be closed in the month—seems elusive, as the rejection rate in interviews is touching 86%.
It seems obvious that Tanya and Rajan should connect. And they will, but not without a lot of effort on both sides. Such is the information asymmetry in the job market in India, where a high number of job-seekers and a high number of vacancies exist simultaneously in a seemingly stable equilibrium.
According to the India Skills Report 2021, the employability rate of Indian graduates in 2021 was 45.9%, which means that more than half of the graduates are not considered employable. The infamous ‘skill gap’!
This complexity of the recruitment space is why Channelplay looks at it as a competitive advantage. Investments in smart omnichannel sourcing, years of experience in understanding client expectations and candidate evaluation, all supported by smart analytics mean that we can cut through the information asymmetry and recruit fast. Very fast.
As we did recently for Bosch. 43 positions, across 42 cities in 30 days! Hired, trained, deployed.
“With over 16 years of expertise, a dedicated pool of 7684 employees working diligently on 60 projects across 850 cities, we have honed our recruitment process to deliver quick and efficient results,” adds Rabindra, the project lead for Bosch at Channelplay.
If recruitment of frontline teams is something standing in the way of your plans, you know what to do, right? Yes, just write to us.