As part of this, it plans to hire 4,500 professionals in these three cities over the next two months. However, the company, whose workforce has grown from 18,000 employees in 2020 to 26,000 in 2022, did not announce a city breakup of its hiring plans.
The company, which is backed by the private equity business within Goldman Sachs Asset Management and Everstone Group and employs over 26,000 people in the US, India and the Philippines, said it intends to increase its focus on medical billing by strengthening its workforce in India.
The tech-enabled service provider said it plans to strengthen its skills, deepen expertise and develop new solutions by creating jobs not only in Tier 1 but also Tier 2 markets in India and is recruiting graduates all areas with minimal effort work experience.
Nitin Barekere, Omega Healthcare’s vice president of human resources, said the company is targeting new talent, both in Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities, following recent business acquisitions and new client wins.
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