7th December 2021: Testhouse, the software testing and quality assurance leader, has announced an exciting new initiative to provide job opportunities and IT skills training for people looking to restart their careers.
The global organisation recently conducted a significant recruitment drive, onboarding hundreds of entry-level and strategic hires across multiple geographies. And even more opportunities are now available for various full-time and part-time roles within several different departments across the business.
As one of the world’s fastest-growing quality engineering solution providers, Testhouse is on the lookout for the right people to help achieve its ambitious goals for further growth.
This new initiative is designed to create job opportunities for people whose careers have recently been stunted by the COVID–19 pandemic, medical reasons or other personal reasons. The announcement is also aimed at women with young children interested in returning to work, or anyone looking to learn IT skills and embark on a new career.
Testhouse is going through an exciting phase of organisational transformation and expansion, with continuous hiring planned to support a strategy for long-term success. The company’s culture and core values are people-centric, and the senior leadership team believes in recruiting the right talent for the job irrespective of prior experience.
Testhouse Founder, Sug Sahadevan, said, “We will continue to invest in people so we can build a stronger work culture. We’re committed to providing employment opportunities to the wider community and supporting our employees to enjoy successful careers. We also want to attract a diverse, dynamic, and innovative workforce to allow us to exceed our customers’ expectations.”
Ani Gopinath, Global CEO, said, “Testhouse is moving to the next level of expansion, and we have a strong, actionable plan to create value for all people involved. This involves building a high-performing, vibrant workforce, improving our ability to serve the quality assurance needs of our customers, and delivering sustainable performance to our investors. We’re also excited to create new job opportunities to help our communities recover from the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Ajith Kumar, Global Chief Human Resources Officer, said, “We are in the process of creating a greater human capacity that can integrate, collaborate, adapt, and take action. In the past few months, we’ve hired key leaders across strategic locations and hundreds of freshers across our centres, creating a more diverse workforce.”
Ajith continued, “Now, we’ve launched a ‘career returner program’, allowing those who have lost their jobs or had a career break to return to work. Our full-time and part-time opportunities will provide tailored training, support, and experience to help adjust to these new roles. We want to remove the stigma associated with the job void and provide an inclusive pathway to more fulfilling and rewarding careers.”