The number of companies looking for ground level hires is on an upswing. As per an Economic Times article, Ericsson is likely to hire around 1000 employees to start its new manufacturing plant in Pune. With hiring on such a massive scale, there’s a greater need for fast, exhaustive background verification. More investment in manpower is likely to take place with global expansion of companies.
Company will continue with its investment in terms of manpower and hiring companies will vie to hire only reliable employees. Background verification might not help to verify first-time offenders but they definitely act as a deterrent.
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