Worldline plans to expand workforce by 25% with 5,000 new hires
Worldline intends to hire more than 5,000 extra staff globally as part of a new strategy to become the go-to paytech within Europe’s payments ecosystem.
Roles to be filled include junior and senior tech operators, developers, engineers, application managers and data analysts.
Headquartered in Bezons, France, the company already employs 20,000 people in more than 50 countries.
The company says future Worldliners can look forward to “an incredibly wide array of exciting projects and challenges”, hybrid working and comprehensive training.
Worldline’s group head of human resources Olivier Burger adds: “The fact that our technology impacts millions of people and businesses around the world every day, coupled with our genuine commitment to contribute to our customers’ growth, to bring trust and accompany societal change, is something that is highly appreciated by our people today.”
The two main planks of Worldline’s strategy consist of expanding geographically and investing in technology.
“These past months have accelerated the digitisation of commerce and changed forever how people choose to pay, live and do business,” says the multinational.
Worldline partners with European merchants, banks and third-party acquirers as well as public transport operators, government agencies and industrial companies across all sectors.