Infosys News: Infosys Partners with Singapore Government to Add 300 Jobs

IT service provider wants to hire 300 workers in Singapore over the next three years, in cooperation with Infocommunication Media Development The Singapore Authority – a statutory council – to support the government’s ongoing programs to create employment opportunities.

The Bangalore-based company will hire technology professionals, experienced professionals, managers, supervisors and technicians from technical and non-technical backgrounds, as well as young graduates from polytechnics and universities.

Infosys, along with iCompaz, a joint venture between Infosys and private equity firm Temasek Holdings, will hire these individuals through IMDA’s TechSkills Accelerator Company-Led Training (CLT) programs.

“Our collaboration with the Government of Singapore highlights our investment and commitment to leveraging Infosys’ digital expertise to train a highly skilled future workforce at a time when the world is trying to use digital at scale to navigate the post-pandemic economic reality,” he said. Shaji Matthew, Executive Vice President, Infosys. “Singapore’s 300 local recruitment plan reinforces our commitment to our global localization strategy.”

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