ex­hibit 01: de­ple­tion of tal­ent pool in the IT firm in ‘as is’ con­di­tion over busi­ness cy­cles

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Busi­ness cy­cle stage 01 Fa­vor­able busi­ness cy­cle The repos­i­tory of talented em­ploy­ees is higher than the non-talented em­ploy­ees.

Busi­ness cy­cle stage 02 Chal­leng­ing busi­ness cy­cle Talented em­ploy­ees leave the or­ga­ni­za­tion for other big­ger/bet­ter In­dian IT firms. Since there is a freeze in re­cruit­ment in the small IT firms, the repos­i­tory of non-talented em­ploy­ees be­comes higher than the talented em­ploy­ees.

Busi­ness cy­cle stage 03 Again in the next fa­vor­able busi­ness cy­cle, talented em­ploy­ees con­tinue to leave the or­ga­ni­za­tion for other big­ger/ bet­ter In­dian IT firms. In fa­vor­able busi­ness con­di­tion re­cruit­ment starts in the small-sized In­dian IT firms. Since there are more non­tal­ented em­ploy­ees than talented em­ploy­ees in the or­ga­ni­za­tion, most of the new re­cruits who get added in the work­force is non­tal­ented. This fur­ther re­duces the pro­por­tion of talented em­ploy­ees in the small In­dian IT firms.

Busi­ness cy­cle stage 04 Again in the next chal­leng­ing busi­ness cy­cle, talented em­ploy­ees con­tinue to leave the or­ga­ni­za­tion for other big­ger/ bet­ter In­dian IT firms. In this con­di­tion, re­cruit­ment freezes in the small-sized In­dian IT firms. Thus, by this stage there is very high level of non-talented em­ploy­ees than talented em­ploy­ees in the or­ga­ni­za­tion. Over­all, by this stage the tal­ent pool be­comes very poor in the or­ga­ni­za­tion.

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