Capgemini to hire more IT employees in India

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Capgemini has one of the largest headcount India. The company that employs over 1 lakh IT professionals have big plans for the coming year. Capgemini’s COO said that India is the company’s powerhouse. The French IT services company has over 190,000 employees working in 40 countries. Out of which, nearly 100,000 are in India alone. Capgemini is focusing a lot on opportunities in automation and AI. The company has already initiated re-skilling program for its employees. Among many things planned for 2018, hiring new workforce is among the top priorities…

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Should you join a techies union to save your job?

Should you join a techies union to save your job?

NEW DELHI: After reports of large-scale layoffs in the information technology (IT) industry, affected employees are coming together to form unions which can help them fight unfair practices and forced removals at IT companies. There is a variety of views on the relevance of unions in the IT sector. Industry veteran Mohandas Pai recently accused people trying to forge unions in IT industry of trying to “create a hype, fear-mongering”. He said, “Nobody is supporting them. People who go with them will never get jobs.” IT Employees’ Associations criticised Pai for his remarks. No one can deny…

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Audio Clip Of Tech Mahindra Employee Goes Viral! HR Tells Him “Quit Or You’re Fired”!

IT industry is witnessing a downward trend these days; companies are opting for “Mass Layoffs” in order to save costs and survive this crash. It is said that if this scenario continues, around 2 lakh people might lose their jobs. There’s stress all around as employees aren’t being able to cope up with these short-notice firings. Amidst this worst scenario, an audio clip of a Bengaluru based Tech Mahindra employee with his HR has gone viral. Well, the HR manager asks the employee to quit and put in the exit…

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Ransomware disables copy and paste, huge impact for IT industry as productivity to come down by 99%

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Bengaluru: A new version of ransomware is causing great damage to the IT sector. The malicious software unlike its previous versions does not lock your computer to ask for a ransom amount. It simply disables functionalities like cut, copy and paste. “The impact is unprecedented and difficult to quantify so quickly to what extent it will impact the productivity of IT companies. My initial estimation says it has potential to reduce the productivity up to 99 percent”, said an IT analyst from Gartner. IT engineer Parag Sinha who was expecting he…

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