Statiq, an EV charging network, has stated that it will hire approximately 200 new staff in fiscal year 22-23. The new personnel may also work out of offices in Mumbai, Bangalore, and Hyderabad, in addition to the company’s headquarters in Gurgaon, to boost operations.
Statiq stated in an official statement that the company intends to bring in a mix of full-time, contractual, and consulting staff and triple its 100-employee count to keep up with its growth.
Mr. Raghav Arora, Co-Founder and CTO of Statiq, commented on the move, saying, “At Statiq, we are excited to commence this hiring binge.” I’ve always believed that people build businesses and that a company’s performance is heavily influenced by the fit between individuals and their roles. In the same vein, candidates with EV experience are preferred, but we are primarily looking for individuals with the drive to make an impact through innovation, the desire to provide excellent service to our customers, and the willingness to collaborate toward a common goal, namely “Sustainable Transportation.” We have always valued collaboration and we do not want to change that.
Needhi Lazara, Statiq’s CHRO, stated, “I am pleased to be the co-architect of Statiq’s future by consolidating its workforce in this manner.” Statiq is deeply committed to its mission of creating an innovative and sustainable EV charging network, and it is led by a young, active management team. As a result, we want to source our tech hires not only from tier 1 campuses but also from ITIs and polytechnic colleges. We are willing to hire people of any age and from any industry as long as they suit our corporate culture and requirements. Our goal for this fiscal year is to hire more than 200 additional employees, which will more than triple our current workforce.”
This announcement comes at a critical juncture in Statiq’s journey, as the company seeks to accelerate its transformation into a sustainable and collaborative ecosystem. The company recently announced a partnership with EV manufacturer Ather to improve the integrated EV charging network in the northern states, with a focus on the NCR region. Statiq’s appointment is the next stage in consolidating its processes.