India’s leading global information technology company HCLTech has announced an ‘HCL Returnship Program’ for women professionals who are having a career break and want to return to work.
The Returnship program supports women who want to pursue both personal and professional goals. The company welcomes “Returners” back with a supportive workplace and matches professionals with the right job for this important stage of their career.
Return to Work with HCL Tech
Commenting on this program the company said, “If you hope to return to the technology field, we promise a rewarding career at HCLTech Digital Business and make it easier with the HCLTech Returnship program.”
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Join HCL Digital Business with a Returnship
HCLTech said on the page, “Our services draw on core HCLTech strengths like digital applications, data engineering, and design thinking. From this foundation, we bring the practices, processes, and technologies global businesses need to drive digital transformation.”
“To accomplish this mission, we build skilled teams who bring a passion for using technology to solve problems. Does that sound like you?”, the company added.
“If you get excited about business technology, use this opportunity to relaunch your career, refresh your existing skills and learn new ones. Then put those skills and knowledge into practice on interesting, project-based assignments. The Returnship makes it easy”, the company further said.
Required Technical and Professional Expertise:
- Strong experience in programming languages and understanding of basic concepts
- Good analytical and logical thinking capabilities
- Willing to cross-skill and up-skill in any digital technology
- Good communication skills
- Excellent professional values
Educational Qualification and Experience:
- Highly motivated graduates in any Information Technology or related field
- Minimum of two years’ work experience
The company added 8,359 employees during the quarter. As of September 30, 2022, HCLTech’s total headcount is 219,325 from 208,877 as of March 2022 quarter. The company’s attrition remained stable at 23.8%.