MBA hiring for operations employment has increased in India in recent years, owing to the rise of e-commerce companies and the usage of technology in operations management responsibilities.
In India, most industries have a need for people to work in operations. E-commerce companies may hire MBAs with responsibility in any of the following business areas: Supply chain, logistics, vendor management, inventory management, fulfilment, delivery, and refunds are all terms used to describe the supply chain, logistics, vendor management, and inventory management. Individual e-commerce corporations, such as Amazon, have also developed operations-focused leadership development programmes.
Captive entities that cater to parent firms in banking, financial services, insurance, and legal tend to engage operations MBAs for back-end operations. Other than customer support, telecoms businesses hire mostly for circle level operations (which refers to city or state-wide mobile service zones or ‘circles’).
1. Bharti Airtel Lim ited: Bharti Airtel Limited is a worldwide telecommunications services corporation based in India. Its headquarters are in New Delhi, India, and it has operations in 18 countries. Sunil Bharti Mittal created it on July 7, 1995. It is India’s largest mobile network operator and the world’s third largest. It has a $7 billion net value.
2. Amazon: Amazon is a cloud computing and electronic commerce firm based in the United States. Jeff Bezos launched the company on the 5th of July, 1994, in Seattle, Washington. Amazon began as an online bookstore before growing into electronics, video games, furniture, clothing, jewellery, and Kindle e-readers, among other things. It also has its own brand, AmazonBasics, which offers items like USB cords. It was the fourth most valued public business in the third quarter of 2016. By total revenue and market capitalization, it is the world’s largest e-commerce store.
3.Samsung: It is a global conglomerate based in South Korea. Lee Byung-Chul established it on March 1, 1938. The company’s headquarters are in Seoul, South Korea. Consumer electronics, electrical components, chemicals, DRAM, solid state drives, home appliances, and telecommunications are among the products it manufactures.
4. Wipro: Wipro is an Indian information technology firm. Mohamed Hasham Premji created it on December 29, 1945. It specialises in IT consulting and services, as well as digital strategy. Bengaluru is the company’s headquarters.
5. Procter & Gamble: Procter & Gamble Co. is a consumer goods corporation based in the United States. William Procter and James Gamble launched the company on October 31, 1837. Its headquarters are in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States of America. Cleaning chemicals, personal care items, and hygienic supplies are among the products it sells.
6. Johnson & Johnson: Johnson & Johnson is a multinational corporation based in the United States. Robert Wood Johnson I, James Wood Johnson, and Edward Mead Johnson formed it in 1886. Its headquarters are in New Jersey, United States. Medical gadgets, pharmaceuticals, and consumer packaged goods are all sold by the company. Band-aid bandages, baby products, beauty products, Tylenol products, clean & clear face wash, and Acuvue contact lenses are among its well-known consumer products. It is on the Fortune 500 list.