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From Nottingham To Whitefield, Metro Life - Deccan Herald, October 5, 2015

When change is the only constant - Times Ascent

Technology has accelerated change in retailing: Vidya Laxman, Tesco Bengaluru | CIO.in

Vidya Laxman, Director-Technology at Tesco HSC, talks shop and tells how Tesco’s technology, which is solely handled from Bangalore, is integral in th...

For Children Of Migrant Worker - Bangalore Mirror

Every Bit Counts - Human Capital

Tesco's focus on health and fitness, environment conservation, and empowerment through skills building is driven by the belief that collectively t...

Lay The Foundation of IT With Agile Technology - CIO Review

Training The Managers, The Tesco Way - HR Katha

An internal study reflected a gap in terms of deliveries, as the retail environment required leaders capable of working effectively across organisatio...

Cos Now Hire Storytellers to Mentor Staff - The Economic Times

In Retail, Domain-specific Skills Must For Effective Customer Servicing - TimesJobs.Com

While the business environment remains challenging in the retail industry, the need to build capability continues to be a priority. So, to attract the...

Plan to protect dwindling wetlands of Bengaluru

IndiaCSR: Tesco HSC Launches Sustainability Initiatives For Greener Future

To commemorate World Environment Day which is observed on June 5th every year, Tesco HSC – the technology and operations centre of leading global reta...

OUR AIM TO PLANT TREES

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NEW LIFE TO PLANTS IN PARK: Eenadu

New life to plants in park Employees of TESCO celebrated World Environment Day a day in advance by planting saplings. Different varieties of saplin...

Glen Attewell Interviewed On NASSCOM Website’s Face 2 Face Column

Q: What is the role that Tesco HSC has played in driving the growth of the parent company Tesco? Will GICs (Global In-house Centers) continue to be a...

Oh Baby! Why women can’t break the IT ceiling | Bangalore Mirror

A Nasscom report claims that only 1% of IT chiefs are women, and that's because bosses feel having a baby changes a woman's priorities Fo...