The new year holds out a promise of high hiring activity for Gen Y employees. Predictions by manpower organisations, agency surveys and HR consultancies suggest such a positive outlook for this young workforce. However, companies are expected to sift through them and settle on those who meet certain criteria, one of which is a small degree of experience.

According to the Workforce 360 Survey conducted by Randstad India, 2015 will witness a huge employee movement. The Survey, conducted this December, predicts that in the coming year, 59 per cent of Indians in the workforce will consider a job change in the next 12 months. Career advancement is the biggest motivation for employees seeking opportunities outside, it says

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