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Ola Cabs founder and OLA Electric manager Bhavish Agarwal has already said he is likely to offer technical services in Silicon Valley in California as the cost of hiring engineers rises in India’s Silicon Valley – Bangladuru.

“The state of engineering employment in Bangaluru – we are considering applying for a job at a low-cost facility in SF, Bay Area !,” he wrote on Twitter.
Bhavish refers to the identification of demand and provision of specialized workers in the labor market in India. According to a Mint report, IT companies are now redesigning their hiring strategy. They remove salary and local filters from the job portal list to expand the pool of candidates.

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Technicians are also being hunted by companies from the US for payroll packages.

The concerns of Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal are also echoed by like-minded businessmen.

Ola Cabs founder and OLA Electric manager Bhavish Agarwal has already said he is likely to offer technical services in Silicon Valley in California as the cost of hiring engineers rises in India’s Silicon Valley – Bangladuru.

“The state of engineering employment in Bangaluru – we are considering applying for a job at a low-cost facility in SF, Bay Area !,” he wrote on Twitter.

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Technicians are also being hunted by companies from the US for payroll packages.

Last month, fintech launch BaratPe announced it would offer a lot of incentives to new entrants. Includes a holiday in Dubai, a range of premium bikes, and the recently launched Apple gadgets. The company said it was keen to expand its ‘Technical Team’ by almost three times with FY22.

Recently IT services company HCL tech recently announced that it plans to offer Mercedes-Benz cars to top players.

Bhavish’s concern is also attested to by like-minded businessmen. Amrish Rau, CEO, Pine Labs, a fintech company, had recently tweeted. “Salary expectations are very high. A young talent with good work ethic gets an amazing offer. It is better to hire an expensive, big talent and be tough on their testing than to hire a rate and end up not letting them go because you will not find talent in that salary. “
The hunt for talent by online beginners is also important in their continuation as Cred founder, Kunal Shah, points out, “Working away has transformed all the talent into a global talent.

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