As the demand for digital talent in the IT sector explodes, a huge number of employees are finding easy to switch jobs. Attrition has been a problem for the IT sector and the current trends are concerning.
As vaccination drive in India continues its upward trajectory and coronavirus cases are declining, several big companies are planning to call back their employees to offices. Like other IT giants including TCS & Wipro among others, Infosys is also gearing up to bring back its employees to office desks.
IT giant Infosys is all set to expand its hiring programme for freshers following a strong result for the quarter ending September 30, 2021 and a very high attrition rate
High attrition has been a major concern for the IT sector in India and even the biggies like TCS, Infosys, Wipro, etc are grappling with it. Amidst the increasing demand for IT services, many tech companies in India witnessed a sudden rise in attrition rates during the first quarter of 2022.
After almost a year and a half into the Coronavirus pandemic, the job scenario in India is all set to rebound again. Hiring activity in many sectors of India Inc is expected to witness a strong rebound in the third quarter (October-December) of FY22.
It's no secret that employee-employer wrangle over returning to office is growing day by day. Almost two years into the Coronavirus pandemic, many big IT companies such as TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Microsoft, Amazon, and others are still continuing their work from home policy.
Good news for job aspirants who are looking for jobs in the IT sector in India. Global technology giant Accenture apparently has job vacancies for at least 30,000 post across the country.
It can't be denied that the Novel Coronavirus pandemic has affected all aspects of life including livelihood. Last year, when India entered into a total Covid induced lockdown, many companies suffered huge losses, lead to massive layoffs and pay cuts.
After over a year of slump, hiring activity is finally recovering in India. According to Naukri JobSpeak report for the month of August, job market in India witnessed a strong recovery with 89% annual growth in August 2021.
Exciting news for the fresh graduates as many Indian and multinational companies across sectors have shown interest in stepping up hiring of freshers like never before.
It can't be denied that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on people's lives, work, jobs, and almost every aspect of life. After the sudden outbreak of the Covid pandemic last year, hundreds of companies were forced to adopt remote work or the work from home policy to continue businesses.
India's second largest software services company, Infosys, is currently on a hiring spree. Like other IT firms, the IT major Infosys is also adding thousands of talents to its workforce. If reports are to be believed, Infosys is hiring for several job profiles across India.
If one looks at the ongoing hiring activity in the Indian IT sector, it is easy to spot the bustling activity. Almost after a year-long freezing in hiring activity, the IT sector is witnessing a continuous growth in job demand.
From health to jobs, Covid-19 pandemic has impacted every aspect of life! Last year when the pandemic struck India, many sectors including the IT sector suffered huge losses, which led to massive layoffs, pay cuts and hiring freezes.
Despite the challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, IT jobs market is witnessing a strong hiring boom. Demand for tech professionals is rising across IT firms, non-technical or consulting businesses wherein companies are bolstering their workforce with skilled engineers. According to a report by a financial news portal, lucrative opportunities are plenty for certain profiles. Full stack engineers, data engineers, frontend engineers, developer operations, data scientists and backend engineers are in high demand and are commanding higher salaries.
After 18 months, though there are many tech companies that have decided to continue remote work, some IT firms are reportedly planning to bring employees back to the office. As per reports, IT firms are taking this decision as Covid-19 cases are steadily declining and most employees are vaccinated. Leading IT firms such as TCS, Wipro and Apple are reportedly asking their employees to follow the hybrid style of working, where one is expected to work for 2-3 days from office and the next 2-3 days from home.
After a long gap of 18 months, one of the leading IT firms, Wipro is all set to call back its employees to the offices! With this, the third-largest tech company in India, reportedly became the first IT firm to publicly announce the return of some of its senior employees to office. Taking to Twitter, Wipro Chairman, Rishad Premji informed that the company's leadership would resume work from office, twice a week, starting from Monday (September 13).
After almost a year of slump, the IT jobs market in India is witnessing a strong hiring boom! According to media reports, quoting research firm Jefferies, hiring activity has picked up pace in the IT sector in India. Notwithstanding the pressures and disruptions during the pandemic, the sector is seeing robust activity.
With an aim to improve gender diversity, top IT companies such as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), HCL Technologies, Wipro, and Infosys may hire around 60,000 women candidates through campus placements this year.
Amid apprehensions of massive job loss in the IT companies, India’s top tech giants - TCS, Infosys and Wipro have planned to hire over 1 lakh fresh graduates this financial year (2021-2022), certainly bringing much relief for the students who are graduating this year
Which of the companies in India are most sought-after by the job seekers? A latest survey reveals that Google India is the most 'attractive employer brand', followed by Amazon India and Microsoft India.
It seems big IT companies are planning for drastic job cuts as soon as 2022. News agency PTI said quoting a report that domestic software firms may cut as many as 30 lakh or 3 million jobs by 2022. TCS, Infosys, Wipro, HCL, Tech Mahindra and Cognizant and others appear to be planning for a 3 million reduction in low-skilled roles by 2022, the report said.
Mumbai: Market benchmark Sensex jumped over 200 points on Wednesday tracking gains in index heavyweights HDFC twins, Infosys and Reliance Industries as global stocks recovered from the previous day’s losses. The 30-share BSE index was trading 204.30 points or 0.49 per cent higher at 41,528.11. Similarly, the broader NSE was trading 46.70 points, or 0.38 […]
Bengaluru: Infosys, Indian software major, on Thursday said it won the UN global climate action award under the carbon neutral category. “We are the only company from India to win the UN award and recognition for efforts to combat climate change,” claimed the city-based IT behemoth in a statement. The UN informed the $11 billion […]
New Delhi: Infosys, TCS and Tata Motors are among the 17 companies that have made it to the latest Forbes’ list of the World’s Best Regarded Companies. While Infosys has been ranked third in the list — just behind payment technology major Visa and Italian car maker Ferrari, ranked 1 and 2, respectively — Tata […]