FITE Bengaluru members visited the office of Deputy Labour Commissioner on 25 May 2017 and filed 2A petition against WIPRO. WIPRO has been terminating the services of its experienced employees branding them as “Non-performers” whereas the actual motive being cost cutting. For the past few months, many such experienced employees have been called by the management and were forced to apply for resignation. Employees who challenged such illegal terminations are repeatedly intimidated by the management again and again until they apply resignation. Such ruthless move by the management has not even left even Project Managers. FITE Bengaluru chapter has brought this issue to the notice of the Deputy Labour Commissioner and has filed a 2A petition disputing the decision taken by WIPRO to terminate the employment of our member.
FITE Bengaluru Chapter has also handed a petition to the Deputy Labour Commissioner and Additional Labour Commissioner seeking their attention over the mass layoffs happening in almost all major companies in the IT industry and seeking them to intervene in this matter. FITE Bengaluru Chapter is planning to file 2A petitions for more employees who have been terminated by WIPRO and other major companies in the coming week.
Thiruvadi Balaji R