Employees: This company will hire more than 3,000 employees, check details


In the coming time, Titan Company will employ more than 3000 people. The company said on Tuesday that it plans to add more than 3,000 employees over the next five years in areas including engineering, design, luxury, digital, data analytics, marketing and sales.

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According to Bhasha news, a statement from the company said that the company is looking for professionals with specialized skills like data analytics, cyber security, product management, digital marketing and other new-age skills.

Direction of becoming a business worth Rs 1,00,000 crore

According to the news, the company said that we are starting an exciting journey towards becoming a business worth Rs 1,00,000 crore in the next 5 years. Our aggressive hiring strategy to add 3,000 people over the next 5 years reflects our dedication to hiring a diverse and talented workforce. We believe that along with developing our people, it also helps in bringing in young and experienced experts from different fields. Titan Company is a joint venture between the Tata Group and Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation (TIDCO).

Company’s growth and innovation will accelerate

This will accelerate our growth and innovation, thereby strengthening our position in the industry,” Priya Mathilakath Pillai, Head of HR-Corporate and Retail, Titan Company, said in a statement. Currently, 60 per cent of the company’s workforce is based in metros and 40 per cent in tier II and III cities, he said, adding that we will continue to strengthen our game in emerging markets and focus on local talent to boost regional employment. .

Will continue to recruit campus talent

Additionally, in line with its focus on innovation and technology, Titan plans to increase the percentage of employees in engineering roles to 50 percent over the next 2-3 years, according to the news. Titan Campus will continue to hire talent and is expected to contribute 15-18 per cent to the total hiring every year. The company recently launched a ‘women-centric return-ship programme’ which has helped it recruit 40 per cent of its new employees in the first quarter as women.

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