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Flipkart Aims To Come Up With 70,000 Naukris To Meet Festive Season Demand

Flipkart is one of the known e-commerce websites and the most popular one. So, we can assume that the demand for people will rise as in the Big Billion Days sale and the festive season is just about to knock the door.

By Mridulata Sen

Flipkart Aims To Come Up With 70,000 Naukris To Meet Festive Season Demand

It is estimated that this festive season and the Big Billion Days (BBD) sale will bring Flipkart to get over 70,000 direct Naukris in its supply chain, creating lakhs of indirect employment, giving huge revenue.
Flipkart even mentioned that they will open direct job vacancies for delivery executives, pickers, packers, and sorters, as well as indirect jobs as well. They will do this by offering jobs at Flipkart's seller partner locations and kiranas.

Bringing up 50,000 Kirana stores to generate thousands of more jobs is the best idea.

This sounds so interesting right!!

So many opportunities at the same place…

Amitesh Jha, the Senior Vice-President of Flipkart, said that, "Flipkart understands the importance of festivities in the lives of our consumers and ecosystem partners. We are focused on creating impactful partnerships that offer great consumer experience while creating additional opportunities for the progress of the entire ecosystem as it scales for the Big Billion Days (BBD).”

They even confirmed that they will provide training for the people whom they directly hire and will train them in aspects like supply chain management and so on. The training will be through a mix of classroom and digital training keeping safety precautions in mind. The training will enhance their understanding of supply chain management so that they are capable enough to justify their job roles.

That’s not where it ends they will have more necessary basic training which will include customer service, delivery, installation, handling of hand devices, scanners, safety and sanitization measures, PoS Machines, various other mobile applications, and ERPs. As this year it’s very crucial to maintain social distance for the safety of both staff and customers.

The Senior Vice-President, Mr. Amitesh even said, “By generating employment and enabling our sellers to scale their businesses during this time, we're doing our part to drive growth in the industry and the economy."  He even categorized that for the lakhs of seller partners who are starting to prepare for the festive season months in advance, Flipkart will provide them with separate training, focusing on areas of warehouse management, packaging, and more.

The whole process of hiring and polishing skills will be done following the government's National Skill Development Mission.

The initiative is taking employment to a next level.

The launching of more than 50,000 kiranas for an end to end delivery in remote areas will not only create thousands of seasonal jobs but will also successfully deliver millions of packages this festive season as there won’t be a shortage of resources further!

Flipkart will change the market revenue figures and is expected to generate additional employment.

2020 Pandemic had brought so much of hardships. So many people had lost their jobs and this news is breaking the internet as everyone wants a job now.

Flipkart understands the value and importance of festivities in the lives of its loyal customers and ecosystem partners. So they are focused more on creating worthy partnerships that offer great customer experience while creating additional opportunities.

They claim that is the most popular e-commerce, their training and investment in the workplace will widely be recognized and will contribute to increasing employability.

Once they hire the expected number of employers they will deliver millions of shipments across 100 percent serviceable pin codes covering the remote places as well. The more shipments the more Visibility.

Now it would be interesting to see how this business growth idea of Flipkart works. Do let us know your views on the same.

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