Global software giant Infosys on Tuesday said it has planned to open a new technology and innovation hub at the place Raleigh in US' North Carolina state.This opening is mainly done to hire 2,000 Americans in the next four years.
"The new technology hub, which will open in early 2018, is expected have an initial capacity to house 500 American workers.The first batch of 500 will be hired and the remaining will be hired within the next two years that is by 2021," said the company in a statement here.
This fresh hiring in North Carolina is the effect of the company's May 2 announcement to recruit a total 10,000 Americans by setting up four technology such hubs across the US by 2021to focus on new innovations.The hiring of native Americans is seen as an impact of US President Donald Trump's executive order on H1-B visas which was passed in April.
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