Attrition Big Problem for India IT

December 16th, 2010
in News, Background

Bangalore (Economic Times):  Industry estimates that the attrition levels in smaller Indian IT companies average around 25-30 %, levels that are a nightmare for them. In the case of large technology firms, though there has been a sequential growth in attrition rates, they are at manageable levels of around 14-17 %.

Follow up:

As attrition rates in the IT sector rises, the worst hit are the mid-sized and smaller companies as a consequence of the massive recruitment drive undertaken by their larger rivals.  The prime recruitment targets are for people with 4-8 years of experience.  Read more......

Hat tip to Sanjeev Kulkarni.


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