India is the fourth most optimistic nation about hiring plans for the next three months globally.
According to background screening firm First Advantage, such verifications help in weeding out negative resources.
Tata put up five of its non-core businesses in Europe on sale in May 2018 as it looked to focus on its strip products business.
Automakers, component manufacturers and dealers had already cut 350,000 jobs.
Year-on-year basis the online hiring demand witnessed 16 per cent growth H1 2019 compared to H1 2018.
Company had announced an investment plan of Rs 4,000 crore in to ramp up manufacturing of its smartphones in India.
Auto sales declining for ninth straight month, more auto manufacturers are laying off workers and temporarily halting production.
Parle is not the only food product company to have flagged slowing demand.
After coming to power, Trump has imposed 25 per cent import tariff on Chinese products worth USD 250 billion.
The current decline of the automotive industry can be credited to various factors.