Infosys to recruit more than 55,000 freshers in 2022

Infosys to recruit more than 55,000 freshers in 2022

In this era of Corona era, bumper vacancies have been taken out in the IT sector. Many leading IT companies of the country are providing ample opportunities to the freshers. Declaring the results for the quarter ended December 2021, the IT giant Infosys has given good news for the people who are looking for jobs.

The company has announced that it is preparing to hire more than 55,000 employees for the fiscal year 2022.

The company’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Nilanjan Roy has said that it will be our priority to increase and develop the talent pool of the company. Under this target, we have set a target to recruit more than 55,000 in FY 2022 under our Global Hiring Program.

The company had a total workforce of 2,92,067 as of December 2021, as compared to 2,79,617 in the previous quarter and 2,49,312 as of December 2020. On the other hand, the company’s voluntary attrition (number of people leaving the company) increased from 20.1 per cent to 25.5 per cent in the September quarter. Whereas on a year-on-year-YoY basis it is 11 per cent.

The company’s CEO and MD Salil Parekh said that our focus will remain on promoting the talent of the company’s employees. Under this, we continue to focus on skilling our workforce to meet every requirement of our customers. Along with this, the welfare of the employees is also included in our priority.

Infosys has presented its results for the third quarter ended December 31, 2021. The company has made a profit of Rs 5,809 crore during this period. The company’s profit has grown by 12% on a yearly basis. Let us inform that in the same quarter last year, the company’s profit stood at Rs 5,197 crore.

The company’s income in the third quarter grew by 23 per cent year-on-year to Rs 31,867 crore as against Rs 25,927 crore in the same quarter last year. The company has raised its earnings estimates for FY22 from 16.5-17.5 per cent to 19.5-20 per cent. The company’s earnings grew 7 per cent in the third quarter on a quarter-on-quarter basis. Inspired by this, the company has increased its revenue guidance.