JP Morgan recently announced that this year the company is looking to hire around 4000 experienced techies in India. At present, the company has more than 35,000 employees in technology and operations across three different cities in India and more than 250,000 employees worldwide.
According to sources, Gaurav Ahluwalia, head of HR India corporate centers in JP Morgan, said, “Technology is critical to our client success and business strategy. We are always looking to grow our talent to support this, including in areas such as cloud, big data, AI, machine learning, digital platforms and cybersecurity.
Last month, the company announced to provide $2 million to support Coronavirus relief efforts in India, including to the US-India Friendship Alliance, an affiliate of the US-India Strategic Partnership Forum, and local nonprofits helping those most impacted by the virus.
The contributions will support the public health system by helping to improve the capacity and supply chains of small hospitals, which will enable them to provide treatment for greater numbers of affected patients. Other contributions will go toward providing food and essential items to low-income communities across India.
In order to advance racial equity, the firm has also committed $30 billion over the next five years to drive an inclusive recovery, support employees and break down barriers of systemic racism.