November 26, 2016
Candor Management Services, a leading human capital transformation service provider, is hoping to provide employment to more than 2,000 blue collar workers within the next two years in and around the city.
Considering the exponential demand for contract staffing, especially amongst the blue, pink and white collar workers, the company hopes to provide blue collar jobs in another two years, Candon Management service Managing Director, Thirumurugan Subramanian said.
The company has already placed more than 1,000 blue collar workers and more than 100 white collar workers in and around Coimbatore, he said.
“We are witnessing exponential demand for contract staffing especially amongst blue, pink and white collar workers in and around Coimbatore. We hope to provide employment to more than 2,000 blue collar workers within the next two years,” he said.
Candor started operations in January 2012 with a simple goal to steadily improve the employability and related opportunities of blue-collar workers in South India and since then grown 100 per cent, Subramanian said in a release today.
Beyond contract staffing, Candor offers a wide range of human capital management services including executive search, manpower staffing, learning and leadership development, technology and automation (Smart factory/IoT) and a wide range of corporate services to clients across retail, manufacturing, health care, education, IT and ITES industry verticals.
Factories and various other business establishments in and around Coimbatore are experiencing boom and there is growing demand for both skilled and unskilled labour to drive growth, he said, adding that Candor’s success and popularity is attributed to its ability to successfully bridge the gap between the expectations of employees with those of their employers, efficiently and quickly.
In addition, Candor has been assiduously working to improve working conditions and work-life balance for its contract employees,by rolling out schemes such as accidental trauma care policy in addition to ESI cover, medical coverage to worker’s families, teaching yoga and other physical exercises, helping physically challenged candidates with employment opportunities “We strive to provide employment opportunities and a chance at equitable life opportunities to those physically, academically and financially challenged cross-sections of our society and this way we are doing our small bit for bringing about an equitable society and better quality of life, Subramanian said.