Wipro IT Services Poland is a part of Wipro Ltd. which is a leading global IT and business process services company. With 850+ employees in Poland supporting 45 clients, gives you a chance to connect with more than 50 nationalities under one roof.
CorporationInformation Technology>1000Gdańsk (+1 locations)
Recruitment specialist with over 7 years of experience. Focused mainly on IT, SSC/BPO and banking and financial sectors of the market.
Head of Talent Acquisition
Creative and Visionary Recruitment Leader with expertise in building skilled, global , diverse and inclusive teams.
Versatile Human Resource Professional with over 12 years of experience, currently leading the people function in Wipro across Poland, Czech and Hungary.
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Wipro IT Services Poland is a part of Wipro Ltd. which is a leading global information technology, consulting and business process services company. We harness the power of cognitive computing, hyper-automation, robotics, cloud, analytics and emerging technologies to help our clients adapt to the digital world and make them successful. We operate in Poland since 2008 and are present in Gdańsk, Warsaw and Kraków. With continuous growth we can give you a stable career in multinational environment.
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