Quess Corp's General Staffing division becomes first in India to cross 2.5 lakh associates mark

Quess General Staffing has added over 50,000 headcounts in the past 12 months, growing over 25% in a year, and 285% in 5 years.

Sep 20, 2021 04:09 IST India Infoline News Service

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Quess Corp on Monday announced that its General Staffing division has achieved yet another milestone by scaling the 250,000 associate mark, making it the first Indian staffing company to achieve this feat and further cementing the company’s position as a leader in the staffing space. Quess General Staffing has added over 50,000 headcounts in the past 12 months, growing over 25% in a year, and 285% in 5 years.

Ajit Isaac, Founder & Chairman, Quess Corp, said, “We are both pleased and grateful to our customers, employees and our widespread network of associates who have helped fuel our dramatic growth over the last 14 years and propelled us to be the world’s 5th largest staffing company by headcount over this period. Our commitment to providing the right talent with the right opportunity to work, while easing the burden of talent acquisition for businesses, is only reinforced through the achievement of this milestone.”

Lohit Bhatia, President of Workforce Management, Quess Corp, added, “despite fluctuations in demand and supply of talent in a highly volatile market, Quess Staffing has grown at over 25% in the past 12 months to scale this new milestone. Our dedicated efforts towards building industry-leading technology platforms to complement our physical capabilities are paying off, even as we double down to ensure Quess Staffing remains the preferred partner for customers and associates alike.”

Despite the COVID's second wave, Quess General Staffing has seen 11 months of growth over the last year. Growth has been primarily aided by over 25% growth in BFSI, Telecom, Manufacturing, Industries and Public enterprises, agriculture, and IT / ITeS. While the FMCG/FMCD sectors have seen a modest growth of 10%~24% over this period, retail has declined due to COVID’s impact on entertainment, travel, hospitality, tourism and mall operations in some parts of the country.

On Sensex, Quess Corp closed at Rs934.35 per piece down 3.97%.

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