News: Wipro to hire sacked staffers, to resume campus recruitment

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Wipro to hire sacked staffers, to resume campus recruitment

Those who were shown the pink-slips during the span of last one year have an opportunity to be re-hired by Wipro. Top officials of the organization confirmed that the company is providing a platform for the non-performers, who separated from the company, if they come back with additional skill sets. They believe that one-year window would have been enough for them to acquire some additional skills. The tech major is also resuming campus hiring from January 2010; it has already hired approximately 200 people in Saudi Arabia and Egypt recently and wants to cater to the growing requirements of existing accounts in India and in the Middle-East .

Those who were shown the pink-slips during the span of last one year have an opportunity to be re-hired by Wipro. Top officials of the organization confirmed that the company is providing a platform for the non-performers, who separated from the company, if they come back with additional skill sets. They believe that one-year window would have been enough for them to acquire some additional skills. The tech major is also resuming campus hiring from January 2010; it has already hired approximately 200 people in Saudi Arabia and Egypt recently and wants to cater to the growing requirements of existing accounts in India and in the Middle-East .

 
 
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