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See all Premium member Presentation Transcript Industry Outlook - Retail : Industry Outlook - Retail Organized Vs Unorganized Retail Sector : Organized Vs Unorganized Retail Sector Organized Retail Sector Unorganized Retail Sector Organized Vs Unorganized Retail Sector : Organized Vs Unorganized Retail Sector Retail Trade – India, USA, China : Retail Trade – India, USA, China Key Growth Drivers : Key Growth Drivers Economic Growth Demographics Urbanization Credit availability Different Formats : Different Formats Big Shots of the Industry : Big Shots of the Industry Slide 10: Pantaloon Retail Raheja Group Reliance Retail Tata Group RPG Group Landmark Group Piramal Group Bharti - Walmart A V Birla Group Pantaloon Retail : Pantaloon Retail Headquartered in Mumbai 450 stores across the country employing more than 18,000 people. All India space- 5 mn sq.ft, expecting to reach 30 mn by 2010. Various segment including food & grocery, home solutions, consumer electronics, Health & Beauty product etc. Recent Innovations include e-commerce ‘Hybrid Format of ‘Small shops’ Raheja Group : Raheja Group First Departmental store in India, SHOPPER’S STOP Member of IGDS 7,52,000 sq.ft. retail space with turnover of 6.75 millions Crossword, Mothercare, Home stop etc. MOU with Home retail group of UK Plan to establish network of 55 hypermarkets across the country with sales turnover of US$ 100 million by2010. Reliance Retail : Reliance Retail More than 300 Reliance fresh store and first Reliance Mart hypermarket in Ahmedabed Expansion in two tier cities like Vijaywada, Pune, Ludhiana etc Investment of Rs.30,000 cr to set up new formats of retail , expecting sales of Rs.90,000 cr by 2010 Tata Retail Group : Tata Retail Group Established in 1998 Trent- subsidies of Tata group operates Westside and Star India Bazaar, Croma Plans to pen more than 27 stores across its retail formats adding 1.5 mn sq.ft. of space in the next 12 DLF malls A V Birla Group : A V Birla Group Strong presence in apparel- Madura Garments Owned Brands like Louis Phillipe, Van Heusen, Allen Solly, Peter England Investment plan – Rs.8000-9000 cr in the first 3 years till 2010 “MORE” range of 15 supermarkets open at Nashik, Pune & other two tier cities Merger & Acquisition : Merger & Acquisition Current Potential & Prospect of Indian Retail Sector : Current Potential & Prospect of Indian Retail Sector Slide 18: Growth prospective Hurdles in growth phenomenon Supportive measures by Government Current market meltdown & its impact Overall scenario about Indian retail industry Slide 19: Changing face of Indian Consumerism Important Trends : Important Trends The whole concept of shopping ……change Heavy pockets … The Mall Mania… Mall ….. Shopping + Entertainment Map of India’s Income class : Map of India’s Income class Slide 22: Source: Ernst & Young Consumer Dynamics : Consumer Dynamics Youngest population on the globe Growth pace of the Indian economy 97% retail market is untouched by organized retailers Food & Grocery …………………. 55% Consumption is moving out of the home Indian consumers has grown richer… The process of recruitment followed in India in organized retail industry : The process of recruitment followed in India in organized retail industry For Junior level Junior level, required in a mass number. →go ahead with paper ads for walk-ins Requirement is less for junior level → go ahead with consultants and reference recruitments Search for retail positions For Junior level : For Junior level The recruitment process starts with an interview taken by → department managers → followed by store manager → HR → team leaders. What is the process of recruitment followed in India in organized retail industry? : What is the process of recruitment followed in India in organized retail industry? For Middle level Middle level, then → consultants → Job - portals → news paper ads of walk-ins. For Middle level : For Middle level The recruitment process starts with first short listing by HR then interview is conducted with → department head → Store Manager → Zonal Manager → HR Recession- hit- recruitment strategies : Recession- hit- recruitment strategies Optimizing staff potential Adopt a scientific method in their recruitment policies, Laying more emphasis on quality than quantity. Aim to hire people in large numbers to shortlist the ones that are 'best available' geographically. The PAC test to decide from “where to hire” and “where to locate the firm Why does Company hire Placement Consultants : Why does Company hire Placement Consultants To help them to find the right candidate to join their organization. Job Seekers contact Recruitment firms to help them identify and then apply for the right job. The role of recruitment agents and consultants vis-à-vis employment with organized retail in India. : The role of recruitment agents and consultants vis-à-vis employment with organized retail in India. Who are Placement Consultants in the Job & Recruitment Industry → an entity that works towards reducing clutter → streamlining the manpower requirements of Companies, big and small. → These firms serve as middlemen and help organizations and job seekers to find each other! COMPANY APPLICANTS CONSULATNATS How It Works: : How It Works: Consultants work for a number of different Companies, small and large. These head hunter groups receive details about the job vacancy such as job responsibilities, desired experience, remuneration etc. Next, Consultants go through their present database of job seekers registered with them. This database of aspiring candidates is a Placement Consultant's resource built over a period of time. Job seekers contact recruitment firms either through phone, email or walk ins and register their Resumes with them. Next, the wait begins - candidates hope to be informed of good openings and prepare themselves for interviews. How to apply for a job through Placement Consultants: : How to apply for a job through Placement Consultants: Identifying a Placement Firm Contacting them Following Up Jobs and Career Websites Positions & Remunerations : Positions & Remunerations You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.