Bikano to increase workforce by 10-15% in next 2-3 years

Maintains its hiring spree despite COVID-19 and economic headwinds

New Delhi-based food brand Bikano intends to add to its workforce. The upcoming hiring process would constitute lateral hiring as well as recruiting freshers. A combination of hiring would feature in the coming years with an eye on addressing the seasonal surge in production and demand.

So far, adding more stock keeping units (SKUs) for a larger range of products in the company’s ever-expanding portfolio has been the go-to strategy. With a view to improving its market share, ramping up production at several plants in Delhi/NCR and the south Indian market, especially Hyderabad, has become a top priority. This ramping up is set to catalyse large-scale hiring across plants and facilities.

Furthermore, in addition to the hiring of experienced manpower, many trainees across functional areas including sales and manufacturing are expected to be on-boarded for the Hyderabad plant.

The newly hired employees are duly taken through an induction and training process including a six-month orientation programme, part of which is conducted on a very effective and successful platform called Apni pathshala. Post-training, a substantial number of hires are deployed on-site as a part of the field sales force backed by support and senior managerial staff present at corporate offices. 

“We will step up our hiring and recruitment drive further looking to increase our total workforce by as much as 10-15% in the coming two or three years,” said Manish Aggarwal, Director, Bikano.  

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