World's largest mobile network equipment maker, Ericsson has increased its workforce in India. If reports are to be believed, Ericsson has enhanced its staff headcount of its global services unit in India by 4,000, accounting for nearly 90 percent of its Indian workforce expansion in calendar year 2011.
Latest stats revealed by Ericsson indicate, now, company’s India workforce has climbed nearly 72 percent to 11,535 from 6,710 reported in December 2010.
It is worth noticing, India and Brazil are two significant markets where Ericsson had hired the most which is in sharp contrast to its recent workforce reductions in North America.
Reliable sources informed, maximum of the recruitments happened at Ericsson India's Global Service Centre ( GSC) which supports mobile phone networks worldwide, serving nearly 200 million Ericsson’s customers.
It is found, the network gear maker has enhanced its teams responsible for delivery of managed services, consulting and systems integration in India over the past eight months.
However, Ericsson’s India spokesperson has declined to comment on company’s India hiring.
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