A new job can seem overwhelming at first, especially as you step out of the familiar bounds of your college campus.
But we promise to be there for you, every step of the way!
When you join us as a fresh graduate, we help you familiarise yourself and bond with us through a series of interesting events and activities.
The objective? We want you to feel as excited and welcome as you did on your first day of college!
A Webex session featuring our Vice President- Industrial and Engineering Services, Vice President - Talent Acquisition, and General Manager - Global Campus Head to help our premier campus hires understand our organisation better and get their questions answered by our leaders.
A session conducted by senior leaders of Talent Transformation & HR teams to launch the Pre-Joining Program (PJP) to help our new hires learn the foundation of the latest technologies that are relevant today to become future-ready. Our leaders also helped our newcomers understand the program and its process better.
An exciting technology challenge was sent to all new recruits to solve. It was focused on the importance of patent filing and the value it holds for an inventor.
Can a quarantine be fun? We thought of spicing things up a little to make the quarantine seem like less of a challenge interesting. So, we encouraged our new recruits to invest time in their hobbies or learning new skills and to share these activities with us through photos or videos.and a lot more
An opportunity to virtually connect and socialise with the Central HR team in an informal setting to brainstorm and discuss innovative ideas. This was followed by interactive games and a look at everyone’s quarantine challenge entries.
Trainees shared their feedback on LinkedIn with #LearnAndGrow
“Ice-breaker” sessions for new hires and interns to introduce themselves and interact virtually with one another.
Last year campus recruits were asked to send in photos of their workspaces at home. The two most creative entries were awarded prizes.
Last year campus recruits were asked to share a photo or a 30-second video related to personal fitness such as a healthy snack, a Yoga pose, or their workout regime. The two best entries were awarded prizes.
Last year campus recruits were asked to send in their entries across 4 categories - Singing, Dancing, Art, and Others via Microsoft Forms. 4 winners were selected from each category and were awarded prizes.