Digital Hiring is the future of 2021: Experts discuss at HirePro conference

HirePro, the preeminent technology platform for enterprise recruitment along with ObserveNow organized an industry special session to mark the closing of the pandemic year 2020 and understanding the changing face of digital recruitment. Accessing the journey in the year and mapping the road ahead.  In a virtual panel discussion, which was attended by more than 100 plus HR heads. Experts discussed Hiring trends to post Covid-19, the impact of Covid-19, and the hiring outlook for the next six months. The discussion was led by Hiring experts representing the biggest companies in India. 


The panellists for the discussion were: 

Sridhar Akshanthula, Head, Transformation, Talent Acquisition, Wipro

Rohit Jhamb, Vice President, Recruitment, Accenture

Amit Mathur, Vice President - Human Capital & Real Estate & Workplace, Myntra Jabong

Pasupathi Sankaran, Chief Operating Officer, HirePro

Taniya Tikoo, Editor-in-Chief, Co-Founder ObserveNow (Moderator)


Rohit spoke about Accenture’s journey in digitizing recruitment in the last few years and Covid-19 acceleration in the process. While Sridhar lay focus on the benefits of digitizing all the stages of recruitment right from sourcing, screening assessments and interviews in order to source the right candidate. 


Amit lay his focus on diversified hiring across various roles in Myntra and the fact that the digital hiring process will be a permanent HR process.   While Pashupati spoke about the transformational technology HirePro has put into action to manage diverse phases of recruitment. HirePro uses AI-powered digital assistants to help companies source, screen, access and hire the best available talent. 


All the participants agreed that digital hiring is the way forward in 2021. 


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