Huawei Begins Its Annual Recruitment Drive From LUMS

Huawei has announced the beginning of its annual recruitment drive for the year 2016. The first screening session was recently held at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS).

This programme will comprise of numerous talent-hunt sessions being held at all the progressive institutions of higher learning, where Huawei will be selecting a fresh breed of management trainees and competitive professionals who will get opportunities to be employed in the; Marketing, Service, Finance, Supply-Chain and Retail departments.

This transparent recruitment drive started off with a presentation delivered by the senior management of Huawei, including Deputy General Manager – Mr Fraz Malik Khan. The Students and graduates were introduced to the global operations and achievements of Huawei and the technologies and services being offered by the enterprise.

The students also learned about the promising careers at various levels of the corporate ladder in the company, along with the organizational culture, personal-enrichment, skills and trainings at Huawei.

Mr. Fraz Khan stated that, “Huawei is a global player, a leader in technologies and an equal-opportunity employer. The workforce at Huawei is meticulously selected. All efforts of individual employees and operational teams are handsomely rewarded. Huawei offers speedy career-progression for the proficient employees, right to the top-tiers of the corporate hierarchy.”

Students were also given various case-studies during this session, depending on their qualification and area of interest. Students were divided into groups of 7 to hold insightful discussions and share ideas, while the most prominent candidates from these groups were shortlisted for further assessment.

Huawei is committed to recruiting the best and brightest minds of the country to maintain its position as an industry leader. The company will conduct more recruitment drives in other universities across the country as well. It currently employs over 170,000 employees around the world, offering opportunities of growth and exposure for the young professionals.

  • Huawei is your typical Chinese company in Pakistan. They will give you decent salary, but they’ll make you work like a donkey because the concept of work-life balance is non existent in China.

  • Another article to praise Mr Fraz Khan… what is going around?
    Also,its not “the beginning” of the recruitment drive. The drive started in May and ended well before july.

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