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Paramita Bannerjee was born and raised in Kolkata, India. Having graduated from the ICSI, she was all set for a career in corporate governance but got drifted to finance and investments. She ventured into the world of stocks while in her internship with an accounting firm and has been addicted... More
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  • Wipro Denies News Of Sacking Employees 2 comments
    Feb 25, 2013 10:08 AM

    IT giant, Wipro Ltd has reportedly denied any news saying that the company may lay off several hundred people in its InfoTech business division, terming the update as "baseless rumors" , said the media reports. "Wipro categorically denies these baseless rumors", company told media. A well-known media group had apparently stated that Wipro was planning to lay off several hundred people in the Wipro InfoTech division as their work was overlapping with others working in Wipro Technologies

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    Yes this is VERY MUCH TRUE.....Wipro Infotech has sacked many employees since January 2013 and this was done without any reason.
    No company of this repute will come out in public and accept this sort of news and they will deliberately put in all their efforts to showcase these things as rumors.
    Business not happening doesn't mean that you have inefficient employees, if they were inefficient then why they were hired. There must be something wrong within the organization like its policies/service issues/delivery issues/product issues/lack of customer satisfaction etc.

     

    If not, then Wipro should fire its HR people first or restructure the HR team as they hired a bunch of inefficient and callous professionals.

     

    No one in Wipro has the courage to sack it's senior management officials who are at helm of the company and constantly making wrong moves/decisions/policies. It's just he junior level or mid-senior level employees who suffer this sort of termination.

     

    Lot's of politics takes place internally within this company and extreme senior management is unaware of many incidents at times.
    The termination process began from 15th January,2013.
    They asked many of the employees to submit resignation letter on white paper and pay 2 months salary and other variables but if refused they will blacklist them or put them into other troubles. The HR also asked to keep a mum on this and not to disclose this termination facts to anyone internally or outside the company.

     

    Can you imagine a CMMI Level 5 company asking it's employees to put resignation on blank white papers??

     

    Regards,
    Wipro Infotech Employee
    5 Jun 2013, 05:46 AM Reply Like
  • Paramita Bannerjee
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    Author’s reply » no, i most certainly cannot...this is most shocking...thank you for sharing...
    12 Jun 2013, 04:14 AM Reply Like
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