India’s workforce ethics, especially those revolving around the average length of an employee’s tenure have gone through a tumultuous change. About 30 years ago, it was common practice to be in the employ of a single organization for more than 15 years or even retire from it. Changing multiple employers was practically unheard of.
As winter creeps in, India’s frosty job market, among the worst in the country’s history, finally seems to be warming up. Campus placements signal green shoots.
The turning tide is discernible on multiple counts: quantum of job offers, salary levels, diversity of recruiters, continental spread and the number of pre-placement offers (PPOs).