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67% startup employees prefer moving to established firms: CIEL HR survey

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According to the findings of a survey on hiring and recruitment trends by Ciel HR Services, about 67% of the workforce is open to transition to established firms. The report is based on the data and analysis of 130,896 employees across 70 startups in India, along with 8746 job postings sourced from various job portals.

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