Mercer, however, did not disclose the financial details of the transaction.
He added that the acquisition will enable companies in India to improve their workforce as they prepare for the future of work amid rapid digitalisation.
According to Ilya Bonic, Global President of Mercer's Career line of business, the acquisition marks Mercer's entry into the rapidly-growing global talent assessment market, a company release said.
"By leveraging Mercer's global footprint and leadership position, we can sustainably scale our presence and reach, helping companies avoid the cost of suboptimal hiring decisions amid ongoing digital disruption," Mettl CEO Ketan Kapoor said.
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