'Renew' is an initiative that stems from L&T’s strong belief in diversity and equal career opportunities for all, an official statement by the company said.
Interested individuals should fill out an application and include a copy of their most recent resumé.
Employment News: As per a source, engineering firm Larsen & Toubro (L&T) plans to employ women professionals on a career break in many branches as part of the 'Renew: Career Re-entry for Women' initiative.
According to an official statement from the corporation, 'Renew' is an effort that derives from L&T's strong conviction in diversity and fair employment possibilities for all. It aims to provide a platform for women professionals to re-enter the business sector following a career gap, according to the report.
Who Are The Individuals Who Can Apply?
Any woman on a professional sabbatical who meets the following requirements:
BE/BTech/MBA/LLB (First Class) or CA/ICWA (no more than two attempts).
Departments To Which They Might Be Able To Apply:
Audit, finance, accounting, engineering, design, project management, information technology, human resource management, legal, and CSR are just a few of the fields available.
Registration: Interested individuals should fill out an application and include a copy of their most recent resumé.
Internal Screening: All resumes will go through a round of internal screening. Following this process, resumes will be shared with the relevant departments (subject to vacancies in the respective departments at the time).
Telephonic Interview: Shortlisted candidates will go through a telephonic interview.
Personal Interview: Candidates who have passed the first round of interviews will be invited to meet with the relevant Hiring Manager and Department Head for the second round of interviews.
Meanwhile, Larsen & Toubro (L & T) reported a 67% decline in consolidated net profit to 1,819.45 crores for the quarter ended September 30, 2021. L & T reported a net profit of 5,520.27 crores in the previous fiscal year, according to a BSE filing. The overall income from July to September jumped to 35,305.04 crores from 31,593.77 crores the previous year, according to the statement.