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The hiring will be evenly split between freshers and laterals
French tech major Capgemini, which employs close to 1.15 lakh people in India, is looking to hire up to 30,000 employees in the country this year, as it seeks to derive more value from its presence here.
The hiring will be evenly split between freshers and experienced professionals, or laterals, it’s country chief executive Ashwin Yardi told PTI.
The Indian workforce constitutes over half of its global employees base.
“India forms a very important part of our business, and we will hire 25,000-30,000 people here this year on a gross basis,” Yardi said.
At present, it is focusing efforts on re-skilling employees for the technologies of the future, he said, adding that this has now become a continuous process.