By Sneha Chaudhary
E-COMMERCE COMPANY RAISED THREE LAKHS JOBS DURING THIS FESTIVE SEASON.
E-COMMERCE AND LOGISTICS COMPANIES CREATED JOB FOR JOB-SEEKERS.
70 PERCENT OF JOBS ARE EXPECTED FROM ONLINE PLATFORM.
COMPANIES SEE A LARGE CHUNK FOR THEIR BUSINESS IN FESTIVE SALES.
ELECTRONIC APPLIANCES, FASHION, AND HOME FURNISHING ARE HIGH ON DEMAND.
E-commerce and logistics companies are expected to create about three lakh jobs in various fields during this festive season. The hiring process has been started by e-commerce platforms ahead of the festive season. Festive seasons are temporary but getting a job in this situation might be difficult. Meanwhile, 20 percent of these workers temporarily during the various sale periods, 70 percent of jobs are expected from online Amazon and Flipkart is an online platform. While the other remaining e-commerce companies are ready to serve their customer by more than 60 percent.
Companies like e-commerce see a large chunk for their business during the festive season. Sales may play a significant role to boost up the investments. A festive season like Dussehra and Diwali sees players holding multiple sale events. Electronic appliances, fashion, and home furnishing are some of the categories which are highly on-demand during the festive season.
Redseer said the daily shipment of e-commerce company during the festive season is witnessing about 1.8X jump to 22million in daily shipment as compared with last year. Expecting the total shipment during the festive season is heading nearly about 60 percent and it grows year on year and over the year 2019 it reached up to 150 million. (Source: Devdiscourse)
Additionally, Snapdeal boarded more than 75,000 new sellers last month who are sharply focused on the growing merchandise value segment. It also added more than 5000 sellers on its platform this year. Some manufacturers produce and sell popular products including kitchenware, kitchen appliances, home furnishing, home improvement products, and fashionable garments.
“The festive season might also see the return of dormant shoppers, as e-commerce firms continue to add low-ticket categories to its assortment list”.