Over the next three years, Infosys will seek to provide critical training and mentoring opportunities for its new hires, who will work with innovative technologies, such as cloud computing, data and analytics, artificial intelligence, and open-source, to help customers navigate their digital journeys. Our News sources confirmed this about Infosys.
Previously recognized as the best employer globally by the Top Employers Institute, the new team members will join a workforce that encompasses the Infosys design studio in Shoreditch, Canary Wharf Innovation Center, Nottingham proximity centers, and other UK customer locations.
To ensure a diverse pool of talents and support the refinement of skills, a large portion of the workforce will be recruited from leading UK colleges and universities once candidates graduate.
The latest News suggests, Infosys will seek professionals with extensive technology and consulting industry experience who will be able to support local businesses on their digital journeys and lead a strong workforce for the future.
Today's announcement from Bangalore-based Infosys builds on Prime Minister Boris Johnson's commitment to strengthening ties between the UK and India and aims to address the impending impact of the digital skills gap across the UK.
"As the talent gap looms, the events of the past year have exacerbated the need for vital digital skills as companies rapidly accelerate digital transformation," said Salil Parekh, CEO of Infosys to a News source.
“Bridging the digital divide and making quality digital education accessible to all citizens is vital to creating a strong future workforce and economic recovery in the UK.
Infosys in the latest News interview said "Our commitment to the UK is to support recovery and growth through digital acceleration, recruiting new talent and supporting the development and rehabilitation of existing talent to meet changing economic demands".
"We continue to partner with universities across the UK to nurture the next generation of digital leaders and continually strive to close the skills gap, investing in a better future for all."
Boris Johnson, UK Prime Minister, commented: “This investment from Infosys is a vote of confidence in the UK and its technology sector and will help this sector rise to new heights - creating jobs in the future.
"We need more companies like Infosys committed to investing in people to help the UK rebuild better."
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