MassMutual India’s Campus Outreach program, in collaboration with its Talent Management team, has partnered with Telangana State Social Welfare and Tribal Welfare Educational Institutions (TSWREIS) to bring to the fore the potential of candidates from underprivileged society, especially girls.
Ravi Tangirala, Head of MassMutual India, said, “It was an enriching and eye-opening experience for the team to see the talent and enthusiasm in these students. They have energy, an eagerness to learn, and a desire to participate in new learning opportunities. This came out as a strong observation during the interaction in the program.”
MassMutual India hired 25 girls from TSWREIS in a recent hiring drive. These girls will serve as Analysts in the organization contributing actively to the business.
Yadhu Kishore Nandikolla, Head of Human Resources at MassMutual India, said, “It is a great initiative to partner with. We are extremely impressed with the knowledge and attitudes of the women students. We are proud to work with an organization that promotes talent from all facets of life. It was a humbling experience that we chose to make a difference in the lives of these students.”
After the association with societies like TSWREIS, Campus Outreach Committee has expanded its scope. Kartik Ayalh, who heads Campus Outreach Committee, said, “Taking this collaboration forward MassMutual India also signed on with the institute to provide internships, placements, and skill development training programs for degree students and ultimately aim to make them ready to be onboarded into the industry.”
MassMutual India is the right place to satisfy the thirst for my knowledge – Uma Devi Bollapally
Uma Devi Bollapally from TSWREIS who has joined recently, said “The work culture here is very favorable for one’s growth. Right from hiring to onboarding, I am very glad to be part of the MassMutual India family. I have been in rigorous training where I get to learn a lot. I think this is the right place to satisfy my thirst for knowledge.”
The company has been expanding its global talent pool with an in-house team of experts in Full Stack Development and Support, DevOps, Security and Cloud Engineering, and Data Science. It has also grown teams in several other areas such as Technology Delivery and Operations, Quality Assurance, Project Management, Global Procurement, Insurance Operations, Wealth Management Operations, Digital Operations, Partner Services, and Legal, Risk, and Compliance among others.
“We aim to welcome our next 20 million customers by 2026 and in the process stay innovative in a digital-first world. Beginning our operations at the onslaught of the pandemic was a significant challenge. Now, after two years, our success markers are our resilient workforce, the reinvention of many business strategies, and our ability to build on pre-existing capabilities to align with business goals. In addition, we only continue to grow a deeply talented team, which is instrumental in orchestrating the digital transformation journey and contributing to the growth of MassMutual as a global financial leader.” Ravi added.
Embodying the values of the 171-year MassMutual legacy of helping people secure and protect the ones they love, this world-class India GCC was established in Hyderabad, a city boasting an outstanding talent pool, investor-friendly policies, and world-class infrastructure, all of which have made it a preferred destination for many cutting-edge technology organizations.
MassMutual India looks forward to the continued association and explores new grounds to encourage, enable, and empower talent across various sections of society.
MassMutual is leading the financial services industry in digital enablement, and the new MassMutual India Global Capability Center is resultant of this effort. We are here to empower careers and help people secure their futures through innovation and technology.