I Don’t See Any Sustained Effects of Inflation on Hiring: Tata Consumer Products’ HR Chief

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A study by First Insight indicates that remote and hybrid workers are more negatively impacted by the effects of inflation than full-time in-office workers.

As prices continue to rise at a record pace, consumers and businesses are concerned that high inflation rates will persist well into 2022.  Moreover, inflation could trigger a recession with more job cuts, hiring freezes, and the revocation of job offers. Amit Chincholikar, the global HR head of the fast-moving consumer goods company, do not see any immediate impact in terms of jobs or hiring freezes in their business. In an interaction with us, Chincholikar shares insights on the impacts of inflation on jobs, hiring, hybrid work, and more.

Chincholikar has been with the Tata group since 2010. Prior to joining Tata Consumer, he was with Tata Sons as Senior Vice President – Group Human Resources. He has also worked in organizations such as Mercer Consulting and Aditya Birla Group in leadership roles in India, USA and Singapore. In his current role, he leads the people strategy as well as the sustainability strategy, commitment and execution for the global organization.  READ THE FULL ARTICLEat People Matters.

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