At the time when the participation of women in the Indian workforce has gone down to almost 16%, big IT firms such as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys, Wipro and HCL Technologies are apparently planning to hire over 60,000 women techies from the campuses this year.
As the demand for technology professionals explodes, many Indian IT companies are witnessing a surge in attrition rates. And, to deal with this, companies have started hiring freshers in record numbers.
TCS has set up its account's office at Ramghat near Ram Janmabhoomi and is scheduled to complete developing the software by December and begin digitisation and management of Trust accounts.
Now, after spending over one and half years working remotely, many companies including big IT firms such as Tata Consultancy Services or TCS, Infosys, Wipro, and others are planning return to the old normal.
After almost one and a half years of remote work, the corporate sector is slowly gearing up to return to the offices. The top Indian IT companies such as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys, and Wipro are also following the same path as vaccination is picking pace and Covid cases continue to decline in the country.
IT companies in India are now turning back the clock on their work from home strategy as the pandemic situation is improving and more people are getting vaccinated.
Exciting news for job aspirants who are looking for opportunities in the Indian IT sector. The top four Indian IT firms - Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys, Wipro, and HCL Tech - are reportedly planning to hire over 1.5 lakh freshers by 2022.
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.
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.
With the effect of the second wave of the pandemic slowly waning and vaccination picking up, several IT companies are slowly calling employees back to their offices.
Now, as over 70% of TCS staff are fully vaccinated and more than 95% have got at least one shot, India's biggest IT service provider Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), is also planning to return to the office in a big way.
Led by strong demand coupled with rising attrition rates, India’s largest private employer added 43,000 employees in the first half of 2021-22. This information was shared by the company during its second quarter earnings announcement.
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.
With the strong improvement in economic sentiment and activity, there is also a push from companies to restore normalcy and business as usual
In good news for employees, accounting and consulting firm PwC has introduced a new policy to allow its employees to work from home for a lifetime. Recently, in a statement, the consulting firm announced that it will allow its 40,000 US client services employees to work virtually.
As Coronavirus cases are declining and with vaccination picking up, the world is expecting to return to normalcy again. When the pandemic started in March 2020, the entire corporate world was forced to adopt Work from Home (WFH) policy to tackle the outbreak. But, it also can't be denied that they have been quite successful in doing so.
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.
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.
In a bid to tackle the spread of the Coronavirus among employees, companies sent their employees home. In a few days, companies have had to adopt a pure work from home or in some cases they chose a hybrid model.
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.
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.
IT behemoth Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), which employs more than 5 lakh people, is reportedly planning to end work from home and return to the office by December this year.