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TCS Ranked As a Top Employer of US Talent in The IT Services Sector

TCS expects recruitment of IT Services professionals in the US in 2017 to remain on par or exceed prior years’ levels.

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Updated:June 26, 2017, 2:59 PM IST
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TCS Ranked As a Top Employer of US Talent in The IT Services Sector
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Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a global IT services, consulting and business solutions organisation, has been an industry leading job creator in the American IT Services sector for the past five years, according to a recent study by The Cambridge Group.

TCS was among the top two job creators, recruiting more than 12,500 US employees from 2012 -2016, while it ranked first in terms of US employee growth during that period, at 57 percent. Building on its more than 40-year history in America, TCS’ ranking in The Cambridge Group report reflects the company’s significant and ongoing level of investment in the US economy.

In fact, TCS has invested nearly $3 billion in the US over the past three years, in terms of employment, new innovation labs, extensive nationwide STEM education programs, and academic partnerships and endowments.

“TCS is proud to be a significant employment and talent development force in the US,” said Surya Kant, President of North America, UK and Europe, TCS. “Our industry leading US recruitment, advanced digital training of employees, and academic and STEM partnership programs act as a key contributor to the US innovation economy, while also preparing the current and upcoming workforce with foundational skills needed for 21st-century careers.”

TCS expects recruitment of IT Services professionals in the US in 2017 to remain on par or exceed prior years’ levels. It regularly has approximately 800-900 open positions – quarter to quarter – in locations from Texas, California and Ohio, to North Carolina, Pennsylvania and New York. Examples of specialised roles focused on digital business transformation include digital DevOps and agile software development engineers, digital user experience (UX) designers, cloud architects, and autonomous drone operators.

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Over the past five years, TCS has steadily increased its relationships and recruitment from more than 75 US college campuses, for both undergraduate and Master’s students. Its onsite activities include career fairs and onsite interviewing, TCS experts discussing specific areas such as cloud, automation and artificial intelligence, and partnering with career centres to prepare students for interview processes. TCS also invites select students to nearby TCS facilities to host immersion days, engagement with leadership teams and recent campus hires, and tours of innovation labs. Students in additional colleges are virtually engaged in similar sessions via channels such as video interviewing and mentoring.

Other TCS investments in US business and academic arenas include the April 2017 groundbreaking of ‘TCS Hall’ on the campus of Carnegie Mellon University, following a $35M grant to the academic institution 18 months ago. The new facility will enable TCS and CMU to conduct advanced joint research regarding cognitive computing and autonomous vehicles.

TCS has also opened several new facilities, such as the Digital Reimagination Studio in Santa Clara, CA in 2016 to foster rapid product prototyping, and its first US Drones Research Lab in Cincinnati, OH, in 2017, with plans for further office expansion across the US throughout 2017.

TCS was recognised in 2016-17 with numerous industry awards for its employment and STEM education practices. They include being named as one of The Civic 50’s most community-minded organizations in the world, the ‘Best and Brightest Companies to Work for’ in the US, certified as a Top Employer for three straight years, one of 50 Achievers Most Engaged Workplaces for four straight years, and winning six Gold and Silver Stevies at the 2017 American Business Awards.

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