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Global Staffing Summit 2024

Who should attend :
  1. TA & Staffing Heads and Professionals
  2. Procurement Leaders
  3. CHROs
  4. CXOs
  5. Staffing Partners
  6. Recruiting Consultants

Staffing Trends for 2024

Executive Summary

The Staffing Summit convened industry leaders, experts, and practitioners to explore emerging trends, best practices, and challenges in the staffing and recruitment sector. The event provided a platform for knowledge sharing, networking, and collaboration aimed at driving innovation and excellence in the staffing industry.


The staffing industry plays a critical role in connecting organizations with top talent and supporting workforce needs across diverse sectors. As businesses navigate rapid technological advancements, shifting workforce demographics, and evolving market dynamics, the staffing sector faces unprecedented challenges and opportunities.

The Staffing Summit addressed key issues facing staffing professionals, including talent acquisition strategies, workforce planning, diversity and inclusion initiatives, technological innovations, and regulatory compliance. Against the backdrop of a dynamic and competitive marketplace, attendees explored actionable insights and practical solutions to drive growth, enhance efficiency, and deliver value to clients and candidates alike.

Key Themes:
Staffing Strategies:
    • Participants discussed innovative approaches to talent acquisition, including employer branding, candidate experience enhancement, and recruitment marketing.
    • Sessions highlighted the importance of leveraging data analytics, social media platforms, and digital tools to identify, attract, and retain top talent.
  1. Focus on Skill-based Hiring:
    Employers are placing greater emphasis on skills and competencies rather than traditional qualifications or degrees. Skill-based hiring enables organizations to identify candidates with the right capabilities to meet specific job requirements, leading to more efficient recruitment processes and reduced time-to-hire. Upskilling and reskilling initiatives are gaining importance as companies invest in developing talent internally.
  1. Online job portal hiring  and digital  candidate experience will continue to grow and evolve as the main hiring sources for corporates and staffing organizations :

Most of organizations continue to explore building their digital brand, posting job positions, and searching for active job seekers from popular job portals. The online job portal is an economical hiring model for 2024 priorities.

Very importantly Advanced Search and Filtering Options, Candidate Profile Creation and Management, Analytics, and Reporting help hire the right talent at the right time.

  1. Expansion of Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO): Organizations are turning to Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) providers to streamline their recruitment processes, improve scalability, and reduce costs. RPO firms offer expertise in sourcing, screening, and onboarding talent, allowing companies to focus on their core business activities while ensuring access to top-quality candidates.

  1. Workforce Planning and Management:
    • The summit emphasized the significance of workforce planning and management in anticipating business needs, mitigating talent shortages, and optimizing resource allocation.
    • Speakers shared best practices for strategic workforce planning, flexible staffing models, and talent pipelining to meet evolving organizational demands.
  1. Technological Innovations:
    • Technology-driven sessions showcased the latest advancements in staffing automation, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and predictive analytics.
    • Attendees learned about innovative solutions for streamlining recruitment processes, enhancing candidate engagement, and improving operational efficiency.
  1. Rise of Remote Work: The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the adoption of remote work arrangements in India, leading to a shift in traditional work models. Companies across sectors have embraced remote work as a viable option, leading to increased demand for remote talent and virtual collaboration tools. Hybrid work models, combining remote and on-site work, are likely to become more prevalent in the post-pandemic era.
  2. Regulatory Compliance and Risk Management:
    • Regulatory compliance and risk management were key considerations, with sessions focusing on legislative changes, legal updates, and compliance requirements impacting the staffing industry.
    • Experts provided guidance on navigating complex regulatory landscapes, minimizing legal risks, and ensuring ethical practices in staffing operations.
Key Takeaways:
  • Agility and adaptability are essential for success in the rapidly evolving staffing landscape.
  • Strategic workforce planning and talent acquisition strategies are critical for meeting changing business needs and driving organizational growth.
  • Prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion fosters innovation, strengthens organizational culture, and enhances employee engagement.
  • Embracing technological innovations can unlock new opportunities for efficiency, productivity, and competitive advantage.
  • Compliance with regulatory requirements and ethical standards is foundational to building trust and credibility in the staffing industry.

In conclusion, the Staffing Summit provided valuable insights, actionable strategies, and collaborative opportunities to empower staffing professionals in navigating challenges, seizing opportunities, and driving positive change in the dynamic world of talent acquisition and workforce management.

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Distinguished Speakers

Paramveer Singh Narang

India Head Talent Acquisition, Capital one

Raksha Agrawal
VP – Head Talent Acquisition, SAP
Savita Hortikar

VP: Global Talent Acquisition leader,

Ashwini SK

Global Head Talent Acquisition, Wipro

Kapil Joshi

Deputy CEO, IT Staffing, Quess

Rajesh Chandran S

Sr. VP, Global Talent Acquisition, Happiest Minds

Shravan Kumar BN

Head of Talent Acquisition- India & SEA, TE Connectivity

Mahantesh CN

Head – Strategic TA Initiatives Cyient

Prithveesh MM

Associate Director- TA, Biocon Biologics

Sumit Premi

Director- Talent Acquisition Flipkart

Dishank Raj

Head Talent Acquisition & Development Odessa

Zarna Trivedi

Head Human Resources Versa Networks

Vishwanadh Raju

Head- Talent Acquisition Operations ANSR

Nadeem Pasha

Global Head TA Robosoft Technologies

Suchandra Dutta

Chief People Officer Alif Semiconductors

Navin Patel

Global TA Head, Affine

Augustus Azariah

Regional Director, Kyndryl

Asma Sultana

Global Talent Acquisition Head,  alorica

Anupam Srivastava

Head  HR India (Global Product/Tech HRBP  & Global Talent Acquisition), Reltio

Pradeep Deshpande

Director – Talent Acquisition (APAC GDCoE) ,CGI

Mohit Sharma

Head-Talent Acquisition, KPMG India

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