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All through the Covid-19 period, Karma has undauntedly accelerated its Talent Acquisition Program by moving rapidly to embrace state-of-the-art technology, designed and developed in-house, laying greater emphasis on redefining their processes every now and then.

In fact, Karma Management has restructured their internal setup and brought in drastic changes to strengthen the back office processes as a “Central Cohesive Unit” which has given substantial business control over its activities and stronger relationship management with the over 300 clients.

Remote Hiring at Karma has been the main stay and by bringing in artificial intelligence tools, it has acquired that competitive edge of interpreting the thousands of resumes in a matter of seconds and gaining tremendous insights to swiftly narrow down the searches to just a few resumes, accurately selecting the profile as per the clients job description and other additional skill requirements.

The cultural values ingrained in the working style of Karma Management , has always emphasized that recruitment data is critical to the Hiring Process  and a solid base data infrastructure holds the helms of the entire recruitment process together like a well-oiled wheel , which surely has optimized our talent acquisition process.

Digital Transformation at Karma Management Global Consulting Solutions, has been a walk down the journey of giving our clients a unified experience.  With digitalization, Karma has been able to make choices on improving all the touchpoints and focusing on matters that are important and significant to our clients.  The Recruitment Hiring Team at Karma, is given enough clarity of purpose, education and training and this is what keeps them steadfast in the output of a seamless delivery to the clients.  The result has been fantastic for us all.  In fact, with the time-saver given to us by digitalization, we have been able to focus on innovation and creating more and more customer desire.

Karma Management has moved away from the earlier period of traditional approach to shifting the process from “inside-out thinking”  to clients “outside-in thinking” where our Hiring Team themselves have taken the onus of being accountable for their own output.

Matching technology, analyzing data, enlarging the talent pool, updating skills and competencies, refining assessments, have scaled up our digital performance for giving the finest of candidates matching exactly with the profile for ultimate selection process.

Earlier the repetitive tasks of screening the resumes, phone calling, sending mails, scheduling  interviews, screening and short listing, have made all these manual processes redundant today, as a consequence of automating the processes and getting the results in a few moments.

Beginning from the first step to the last step of the recruitment process, the tool very intelligently lines up all the work-outs in a systematic manner with actionable points which gives us the skill and dexterity to roll out the Hiring Process in an elevated manner, not only giving us the experience of a satisfied job done but also leaving the clients with a feeling of being highly valued.

Being a part and parcel of hiring for various types of industries where lots of recruitment is done on monthly basis at all levels ,  Karma Management feels extremely delighted to see the news from CMIE which has revealed that employment figures have gone up in September. 

Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE) said on Friday that in the salary jobs category , unemployment rate declined to 6.9 per cent during the month as employment increased by 8.5 million in September as against 6.9 in August.

The employment in salaried jobs increased to 84.1 million in September from 77.1 million in August.

Employment among daily wage workers and small traders also increased by a substantial 5.5 million, from 128.4 million in August to 134 million in September. Employment in manufacturing industries increased by 2.9 million, most of this was in food industries. 

However, employment in the IT Industry has gone down to 1.8 million in 2019-20 from 3.3 million in 2017-18.

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