The Company plans to increase its order volume and scale up logistics to meet growing demand.
The Company seeks to leverage the talent that exists in India, which remains a key strategic centre for the firm.
Kolkata shows the most promising hiring rate of 38 per cent, followed by Delhi and Mumbai.
R&D to drive auto-sector hiring into top gear; design, engine and fuel side to hire more.
Only Indian passport holders below 45 years of age may apply for these full-time engagements.
The impetus given to hiring tech talent is driven by the rapid disruption and inroads of digital, cloud computing, predictive analytics, smart automation and mobile banking
This subdued hiring is more in telecom, banks, NBFC, IT, realty and infrastructure sector.
Technologies, such as applicant tracking system (ATS), candidate relationship management (CRM) system, artificial intelligence (AI) and automation are gaining popularity.
The total strength of the staff is now 86,450, with employee cost increasing to 3.5 per cent.
Workplaces need to be more inclusive and more responsible.
The report titled, ‘Moving the Needle for Women Leaders’ states that women now hold just over 25 per cent of all leadership positions globally
The Company aims to have a healthy mix of local and global members in its workforce.
The IT company plans to double its revenue by 2020.
Candidates without any work experience can also apply.
ATCS is looking to recruit more staff and set up its first Innovation Lab (I-Lab) in Jaipur
The company crossed the 4,000 employees mark in the city, recently.
It will now penetrate Tier II and Tier III cities, increase its partner network and add another 3000 Paytm agents. It will also help shopkeepers in getting their product catalogues digitized.
Candidates looking for a career in banking can apply for various positions in both online and offline modes.
The firm that utilizes the internet in the best possible way will win in the future years, he said.
Globally, one-quarter of employers who plan to hire recent MBA graduates are willing to pay a premium salary for specialised MBA programs.
The company aims to tackle the engineering skills gap and inspire and attract a diverse range of talent and new thinking.
The company has launched a new tool – Snaplications.
This is contrary to the situation a few quarters back in Q4, 2016, when India led the pack among 43 countries, ahead of Japan and Taiwan.
In line with its plan to provide improved services, the company is looking to hire product managers, data scientists and designers.
Previously, 50 percent of the total posts of executive directors were filled by internal candidates and the rest were recruited from outside the organisation.
As part of the initiative, the company will open four new technology and innovation hubs across the country focussing on cutting-edge technology.
Allowing candidates to share stories during job interviews helps the recruiter identify their skills, attitude, commitment, culture, and many of the attributes which will not come out from their resume or structured interviews.
This addition, most significant for the company, further strengthens the service capacity of the Bangalore facility, which is its second biggest delivery centre globally
The company has already hired Raghuram Trikutam, as the head of engineering, mobile payments and Ruchika Sharma, as head of human resources.
Graduates, post-graduates and even those who have only matriculated can apply.
The digital payments firm will invest over Rs. 50 crore in a bid to expand its footprint.
The platform gives the country’s brightest minds an opportunity to get a head-start in their careers.
The telecom major has already added 13,000 to its headcount in 2016, and is looking to add another 5000 in the coming times.