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Bharti Airtel Recruited 7248 New Employees in FY23

Bharti Airtel Recruited 7248 New Employees in FY23

In fiscal year 2023 (FY23), Bharti Airtel hired 7,248 new employees. In its FY23 annual report, the telecommunications company expressed confidence in the organization’s exceptional talent.

In line with the business objectives, the company’s emphasis is on the holistic development of its human resources through the establishment of meaningful career paths, the cultivation of influential leadership skills, and the provision of an excellent employee experience.

During the most recent hiring spree, the company prioritised strategic skills, particularly in positions related to development, big data, SDET, and programme management.

Furthermore, the company recently opened a new technology centre in Pune, which employs over 400 people. Because of this shift in resourcing strategy, the initiative has significantly improved talent calibre, reduced staff attrition, accelerated project completion, and saved significant money.

Furthermore, Airtel increased its budget for employee training, investing more than Rs 101 million in the most recent fiscal year, a significant increase from the Rs 95 million spent in FY22. Furthermore, the company’s goal is to generate long-term benefits for its workforce, with a strong emphasis on diversity, inclusivity, and overall employee well-being.

The most recent hires are said to be a significant increase over the 4,862 new employees hired in fiscal year 2022. Nonetheless, the company reduced internal recruitment in fiscal year 2023, with 1,498 hires, compared to 2,988 hires in fiscal year 2022.

Furthermore, Airtel’s workforce in fiscal year 2023 consisted of 17,292 permanent employees and 52,299 contractual employees. The company had 14,774 permanent employees and over 53,000 contractual employees in the previous fiscal year 2022.

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