This article from US-China Business Council is a survey of members and their thoughts about China in terms of further investment (business growth in China) and there appears to be a bit of softening in the desire to grow in China. What is interesting is that aside from the normal issues (costs of labor, etc.)
An article in DNA The BPO industry: Transforming lives – Money – DNA gives a great inside perspective on how hiring is done in the BPO market, and why folks leave. What is interesting is the perspective that the average tenure is 10 months, and if management is doing a good job – 18 months.
This article in the Hindustan times is sharing how online recruiting systems are gaining more popularity – however, the employers are now trying to figure out what to do when they get “deluged” with resumes. Go to Monsterindia.com to take a look around. What was intriguing is the industry segment page. (http://jobsearch.monsterindia.com/industry/index.html)
I have met with a variety of oil and gas clients, and the situation described in this article on recruiting talent is not limited to India. I like their approach to addressing the concerns. Click here to see the article.
This Manpower Study is the second study I have seen that comes to the conclusion that the Chinese workers and management are gravitating to Chinese companies. If your company is running HR operations in China – how well prepared is your HR team for an eventual talent war? The answer is probably not very much.