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Hiring now goes innovative; Companies wooing alumni

Published & Updated as on - 2010-06-21

Indian IT players are playing up innovation to float newer ways of attracting and catching talent. A lot of employees have begun to quit employers for greener pastures as markets recovered over the last few months.

Indian IT players, Infosys and Wipro, have not only emerged smarter out of the recent recession but are also hunting for talent with a difference. They are playing up innovation to float newer ways of attracting and catching talent. A lot of employees have begun to quit employers for greener pastures as markets recovered over the last few months.

Infosys Technologies has opened a "green channel", inviting its former employees who wish to come back to the Infy stable. This special channel has been created to make their return home a smooth affair. They have also has gone in for a round of compensation hike and are trying to drive the idea of “Once an Infoscion, always an Infoscion”.

Wipro, too, is reviving its 10-year old programme, WASE (Wipro Academy of Software Excellence) to attract fresh talent in the areas of BSc computer science, information technology, electronics, physics, math, statistics etc. Under this scheme the fresh grads will be on Wipro payroll and will simultaneously do their master’s through a combination of online and offline. In past 10 years Wipro has hired only 4,000 people so far under the scheme but now it is planning to extend it to 3,000 fresh candidates this year under WASE.

Source: Info.shine.com 19/6/10

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