Tata Consultancy Services Ltd (TCS), India’s largest software services exporter, employs 99,875 women employees, just 125 short of the 100,000 mark. The company said on Thursday that women now comprise 32.7% of its 305,431 consolidated workforce, making it also the largest employer of women among private sector companies. TCS had 98,122 women employees as on 31 March. Speaking on the sidelines of the company’s June quarter earnings, Ajoyendra Mukherjee, executive vice-president and head of global human resources at TCS said, “We are on track to hire 55,000 this year. We made 25,000 campus hires of whom 3,000 joined us this quarter, with the rest slated to join us in subsequent quarters. About 38-40% of campus hires are women.”
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