Titan Company is planning to hire 3,000 employees in the next 5 years across domains such as engineering, design, luxury, digital, data analytics, marketing, and sales among others. The company said on Tuesday that it is searching for professionals with specialised skills like data analytics, cyber security, product management, digital marketing, and others.
Elaborating on the company’s plans, the company’s Head HR – corporate and retail, Priya Mathilakath Pillai, said, “We are embarking on an exciting journey towards becoming a Rs 1,00,000 crore business in the next 5 years. Our aggressive hiring strategy of adding 3,000 people in the next 5 years reflects our dedication to hire a diverse and talented workforce. We believe that alongside growing our own people it also helps to bring in experts from various fields, young and experienced. This will accelerate our growth and innovation, strengthening our position in the industry,” as reported by PTI.
Currently, the company executive noted, that a majority 60 per cent of the workforce is situated in the metros and about 40 per cent is in tier II and tier III cities. “We will continue to strengthen our play in the emerging markets and focus on local talent to promote regional employment,” Pillai said.
Titan Company is a joint venture between the Tata Group and the Tamil Nadu Industrial Development Corporation (TIDCO). The firm plans to boost the percentage of employees in engineering opportunities by 50 per cent in the coming 2 to 3 years.
The firm further said that as the portfolio expands across Tanishq, Mia, Fastrack, Sonata, Eyeplus, Taneira, Skinn, and Caratlane across domestic and international markets, there will be an increased focus on supplementing Titan’s luxury segment.
The company is also looking to grow its international footprint in North America and the Middle East and strengthen its global workforce by 10 per cent over the next 5 years, with a special focus on the GCC market which will see the creation of 150 to 200 new jobs in the upcoming 2 to 3 years.
At the same time, Titan will keep hiring campus talent and is expected to add to 15-18 per cent of the overall hiring every year. Recently, the firm launched the women-focused return-ship program to help it recruit 40 per cent women among the new hires in the first quarter of the current fiscal year.