News: BridgeLabz to hire HR Managers of Jet Airways

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BridgeLabz to hire HR Managers of Jet Airways

As part of its expansion plans, the startup will be hiring HR managers for its Mumbai branch and a sales head for its North India operations in Delhi.
BridgeLabz to hire HR Managers of Jet Airways

BridgeLabz, a startup focused on solving the tech employability challenge is planning to hire Jet Airways employees. The startup will be strengthening its HR and sales team with the new hires in Mumbai and Delhi.

The grounding of Jet has come as an opportunity for the market to hire a readily-available skilled workforce with experience and knowledge. As part of its expansion plans, the startup will be hiring HR managers for its Mumbai branch and a sales head for its North India operations in Delhi. They will be directly hired basis industry benchmark, experience, skills, knowledge, etc. and deployed for the roles. 

Narayan Mahadevan, Co-Founder at BridgeLabz said, “This crisis moment for the Jet Airways employees and staff, who have been a part of the airline’s journey for a long time is a tragic story in itself. With other startups and companies offering their hand to help the staff, we were also encouraged to do the same. At BridgeLabz, we believe that with the right skills and guidance, they will be able to strengthen our firm and take it to new heights.”

BridgeLabz is planning to place more than 3000 engineers across 500 companies pan-India within FY 2019-20. The company will carry out this nation-wide recruitment and placement through 500 organizations. These include 100+ existing and 400 new partner companies that are varying in size (including MNCs) and are focused on Products and/or Services in emerging tech. Thus, BridgeLabz hiring plans is part of their strategic growth and expansion plans to upscale its operations.

Topics: Hiring, Employee Relations

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