U.S.-based financial services provider, FIS has announced its plans to hire nearly 10,000 people in India over the next one year with new investments and growth prospects.
Under its one-year recruitment strategy in India, the entity is focusing on employing people at different levels, with a special focus on employing graduates and people belonging to tier II and tier III cities.
Notably, the company has established plans of hiring fresh recruits through educational institutions belonging to different parts of the country, such as Jaipur, Kanpur, Gurugram, Jalandhar, Nagpur, Solapur, Guwahati, Coimbatore, and Thiruvananthapuram.
The selected candidates will be placed across FIS wide office network in India which includes Mohali, Gurugram, Indore, Pune, Mumbai Bangalore, and Chennai.
According to an official statement by FIS, India is a key center of recruitment for FIS, and close to one-third of its employees live and work in India.
During a press meet, Amol Gupta, Chief Human Resources Officer at FIS India and Philippines, was quoted stating that FIS has showcased a robust presence in India for over two decades, and the latest recruitment drive highlights the company’s efforts to extend career opportunities to India’s promising talents.
The company is also constantly innovating with its technological services due to which there is a burgeoning need to hire fresh talent, Mr. Gupta added.
It is worth mentioning that FIS offers a hybrid working model that provided its employees flexible working hours for over a year-and-a-half owing to the coronavirus pandemic-led restrictions.
The hybrid-work strategy is also suitable for some to enhance their work-life balance, consequently ensuring an uplifted and productive workforce.
In addition to above, FIS also promotes an inclusive work culture for people belonging to different social backgrounds, including those from LGBTQ communities and specially-abled.
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