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TATA to hire Laid off Employees from Meta, Twitter, and Amazon

Tata Motors is one of India’s leading automobile manufacturing firms that was founded in 1945. Since then, the company has been dealing in a diverse range of vehicles, including trucks, buses, and defense vehicles. With more than 80,000 employees in its workforce, Tata group is India’s largest vehicle manufacturing company. Recently the parent firm of Tata, Jaguar Land Rover, announced 800 new job openings in digital and engineering vacancies to help people laid off from big tech firms such as Facebook (Meta), Twitter, and Amazon.

According to the statement from Jaguar Land Rover, “Following the news of large-scale job losses from technology firms, Jaguar Land Rover is opening a new jobs portal for displaced workers from the tech industry to explore career opportunities, offering hybrid working patterns.”

The job vacancies are available in different regions, from the UK, Ireland, China, the USA, Hungary, and India. According to the details, the roles span other areas across technical departments, from artificial intelligence, autonomous driving, cloud software, electrification, machine learning, and Data Science. Furthermore, the chief telecom and IT minister of India, Ashwini Vaishnav said that over 60 thousand people would get jobs across the country.

​​Anthony Battle, Chief Information Officer, JLR, said, “Our digital transformation journey is well underway, but being able to recruit highly skilled workers is an important next step. We are pleased to be able to provide opportunities to talented individuals with digital capabilities.” TATA’s golden job opportunity for employees will help avert the employment crisis that has started to arise in front of the people.

Previously, Tata has played essential roles in saving thousands of people from unemployment in the UK. The firm hailed as the savior of the steel industry; it invested 1 billion pounds in saving thousands of jobs across the region in 2016. More recently, the company also served the Indian airline, AirIndia when thousands of employees were at risk of losing jobs.




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