What it does: Strategy, consulting, next-generation digital services and technology.
Staff stats: 225,000 + staff and over 5000 in Australia.
The good bits: Graduates will be given world-class training, Infosys has the world’s largest Corporate University training 17,000 people per year.
The not so good bits: Project-driven deadlines & spikes in workload
Hiring grads with degrees in: Engineering, Maths, IT & Computer Sciences
The Infosys story
Infosys was founded in Pune, India 1981 by seven Engineers with an investment of US$250. Present-day we are a multinational with annual revenues of around US$11.10 billion, with a team of more than 200,000 people delivering consulting, technology and next-generation digital services that enables our clients, in 45 countries to create execute strategies for their digital transformation.
“Some of the world’s largest companies navigate their next with us.”
Infosys has operated in Australia for over 18 years servicing Australia’s iconic brands across: Financial Services, Insurance, Utilities, Telecommunications, Retail, Consumer Packaged Goods, Communications, Media & Entertainment, Hi-tech, Oil & Gas, Life Science & Healthcare, Logistics, Information Services & Publishing, Manufacturing and Government & Public Services.
Infosys is made up of 9 business units – Consulting, Data & Analytics, Cloud and Infrastructure services, Digital Experience, Engineering, Enterprise Applications, Financial Services, Validation Solutions and Emerging Technology Solutions. Each unit works together to offer clients an ‘end to end solution’.
Our employees reflect the diversity of the work we do.
They have over 5,000 employees from 20+ nationalities, across all capital cities, delivering to some of the region’s largest companies across multiple industries, countries and time zones including:
As you’d expect, they're also certified compliant with the Workplace Gender Equality Act and our Aus/NZ Diversity & Inclusion Council is the recipient of the Infosys’ global 2018 award for diversity excellence.
Infosys’ diversity approach is based on local legislative compliance, fairness and respect. That’s a strong foundation to build on, and one of our most important building blocks is the Cultural Agility training they offer to every new employee who starts working with Infosys in Australia, whether they are new to Infosys or an existing Infosys employee from another country.
Supporting our employees
Infosys believes in supporting the ‘whole’ employee, recognising each person has family responsibilities, social causes they care about and a community they interact within.
Infosys offers a range of programs to promote work/life balance including flexible work options and paid parental, family and carer’s leave.
They believe in giving each employee as much freedom as possible to manage their own schedule and their own workload. That flexibility crosses into the physical work environment as well, and there’s no formal dress code – each employee is simply asked to dress appropriately for the work you’ll be doing, whether you’re meeting with a client or spending the day out of the office at a team-building event.
Infosys Foundation globally invests 2% of profits in underprivileged programs in the areas of education, rural development, healthcare, arts and culture, and destitute care.
In Australia and New Zealand, their social responsibility vision is to be actively engaged in, and contributing to, the health and future of the communities they are operating within. Employee volunteering is the cornerstone of our community program, and Infosys provides employees with paid Volunteer Leave for this purpose.
Community partners include Ozanam House (Vincent care), Foodbank, Create Children's Foundation, the Aboriginal Literacy Foundation, Random Hacks of Kindness and Young ICT Explorers.
Infosys also sponsor and partner with clients on volunteering initiatives and support employee-led initiatives such as Movember, SES Volunteering, Red Cross blood donation and more.
Recognition and Awards
The recruitment process
Infosys recruit hundreds of graduates across Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra. They considering graduates from a range of disciplines including Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Liberal Arts from an accredited institution.
Academic transcripts are not required upfront in the application process. Their recruitment process follows a standard online application, phone interview - face to face interview (including a technical round) - interviews with senior managers and HR.
As an entry-level Associate with Infosys, they offer a competitive remuneration package and sign-on bonus, transparent performance metrics and yearly performance reviews.
There are also many perks as fully subsidised income protection insurance, flexible work culture, free coffee, study support, you will be given ongoing training and development programs to re-skill, discounted health insurance cover and more.
Given the size of Infosys, there are lots of opportunities, and they offer a structured career path, with transparent performance metrics and ongoing professional career development as you build your career with them.
Training and development is something Infosys takes seriously. There are many ways to up-skill including formal classroom-style training, on the job learning, and of course, digitally-enabled training platforms and on-the-go apps.
The vibe of the place
At Infosys, they claim that 'future is not a destination, but an infinite journey'. It’s no longer the next big thing, it’s simply everything that’s next. The next optimization. The next experience. The next connection. The next innovation. The next advantage.
As a global leader of innovation and technology, they constantly strive for the next for both their clients and people.
With a globally mobile workforce, Infosys is committed to upskilling their people technically, professionally for their next - whether it’s a career locally or abroad with one of the offices across the globe.