News: TCS digitises its campus recruitment process with NextStep

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TCS digitises its campus recruitment process with NextStep

In a bid to make itself more relevant to the current generation of recruits, Tata Consultancy Services has been digitising its campus hiring process. TCS has tied up with over 450 institutes, from where students can do everything from applying to getting a joining letter through TCS' online recruitment portal NextStep, an Economic Times report said. The report quoted Ajoy Muherjee, EVP & global head, human resources, TCS, as saying, "This has also allowed us to prevent fraud and curb the cases of fake offer letters people have been given in exchange for money."

In a bid to make itself more relevant to the current generation of recruits, Tata Consultancy Services has been digitising its campus hiring process. TCS has tied up with over 450 institutes, from where students can do everything from applying to getting a joining letter through TCS' online recruitment portal NextStep, an Economic Times report said. The report quoted Ajoy Muherjee, EVP & global head, human resources, TCS, as saying, "This has also allowed us to prevent fraud and curb the cases of fake offer letters people have been given in exchange for money."

According to the report, TCS is trying to connect with the current generation in a number of ways: It also has a social networking site Campus Commune, where over 3 lakh college students have registered to form communities through which they learn, discuss and even find mentorship from TCS employees.

In another report, published in Economic Times, TCS said that it has no pressure to increase entry level salaries which have been stagnant since last four years. However, it may increase fresher compensation.

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Topics: Talent Acquisition, Campus Recruitment, #HRIndustry, #Hiring

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