There’s an acute shortage of talent in all the major countries of the world, as the demand is rapidly increasing.
Companies are left with no choice but to look for skills outside their geographical locations.
India has a surplus of talents and its friendly relations with other countries make it the safest and most obvious choice for companies to choose from.
Remote culture has opened up opportunities for companies to hire highly skilled and experienced talents from around the world without the need to move from one country to another.
Indian Talents are already running some of the world's biggest tech giants like Google, IBM, Adobe, Chanel, Vimeo, Microsoft, HubSpot, FedEx, and more which makes them the top preference to hire in the talent war.
They are known as resourceful, resilient, and adaptive - which makes them thrive wherever they work. This makes them the first choice when it comes to hiring the best talent.
The talent war is all about retaining and attracting talents, which are already limited.
This forces the companies to offer higher packages, attractive bonuses, and additional perks & benefits. Which has become so common, that it no longer gives any competitive edge to companies.
India having surplus talents and being a developing country, offers talents in way too affordable salaries as compared to developed countries. This makes India talent heaven for such companies to hire at affordable compensation.
Some of the world’s biggest companies are currently being run by Indians, here are a few examples.
Indians are more engaged and committed to their work than their foreign counterparts.
Indians are a driven and passionate lot. They get emotionally attached to the company, its people, and its place and are likely to stick around with a company longer than others.
Indians give their 100% and believe in adding value to everything they do.
From getting good grades in school to passing competitive examinations, Indians are taught the value of hard work and perseverance right from childhood.
Indians are driven by their determination to succeed and do well in life.
Indians are helpful and help everyone around because it is something that is deeply ingrained in their beliefs and morals.
20% of Engineers in Microsoft are Indians
Around 30% of engineers in Google are Asians (most of which are Indians!)
Facebook has 12000 Indians both who work in the U.S and remotely from India.
1 out of every 3 Engineers is an Indian in Apple, another tech giant.
We attract talents in India through the top 3 benefits that are super attractive.
We screen every candidate with our rigorous Vetting process for language proficiency, technical capabilities, and behavioral skills.
We match the job requirement with the candidates through our skill matchmaking process, ensuring that only the best one matches. (We have 70% First Interview Select Ratio)
We take care of all the employment contracts, payrolls, IT support, HR support, etc.
Learn why effective cross-cultural communication is essential in the global business hiring landscape. Cheryl Obal, a culture and communication skills trainer with over 20 years of experience with Uplers, shares insights on how to promote cross-cultural understanding among global tech and digital companies hiring remote Indian talents. Watch the video for more details.
All talents go through the AI-powered communication assessment to test reading ability, fluency of speech, writing, pronunciation, and speed of speech and only the successful ones reach our network.
Indian talents are extremely flexible and adaptable to work in different time zones. We have talents for all time zones, including US, UK & AU.
Absolutely, we cover that part. A company won't be required to have any legal entity in India. There will be an agreement between Uplers and the company, and another contract between Uplers and Talent, as per Indian labour laws.
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