Aerospace & Defense

Aerospace & Defense

Indian government policies closely regulate the Aerospace and Defense sector but in the recent past the need for self reliance and geo-political challenges have pushed them to open it for private sector also. There has been relaxations in the FDI restrictions, which is expected to grow the industry further.
The Indian aerospace industry is expected to reach US$ 70 Billion by 2030 – this bears the major demand for large aircrafts and growth in general for the aviation.
With our experience, we have closed multiple roles which we have covered below.

Business Challenge

Client, a leading Aerospace & Defense company, was facing the challenge where their internal HR staffing group and engineering managers were not on the same page in their hiring efforts which resulted in process backlogs, poor candidate matching, lost time and opportunity cost. TSMC was engaged to bridge the communication gap and facilitated the flow of information and data to-and-from HR and engineering resulting in improved candidate flow and accuracy.

Engagement Process

Based on a comparison of TSMC internal metrics versus Client account metrics, it became clear that hiring managers were not sufficiently organizing and prioritizing their hiring efforts. TSMC worked with hiring managers to set up a regular schedule for candidate review and interviewing that cut down candidate process time, reduced confusion and lost information, and better filled more positions in less time.


Improved operational cohesion between HR staffing organization and Engineering; Improved Engineering hiring turnaround and results; Improved candidate matching and account problem-solving through regular site visits.

Talent Closed
Aerospace & Defense
Head Procurement
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