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Cognizant (CTS) Layoffs – NDLF Calls Upon Employees to File Grievance

This entry is part 13 of 23 in the series Struggle Against Layoffs

NDLF – IT Employees Wing plans to file a grievance petition against Cognizant (CTS) on behalf of the affected employees with the Labour Commissioner.

1. We call upon all affected Cognizant Employees in Tamil Nadu to join the fight.

Please download the ndlf-it-wing-application-form, fill it, sign and send to us with a passport size photograph and a copy of your CTS ID Card. (You can send by post or by email scanned copy of filled in form, ID card and photograph.) Also fill in the form at the end of this post with details of your grievance.

(It is a little cumbersome, but please understand the documentation requirements for legal process and co-operate)

We will attach all the statements and file the case with labour department.
(All information will be kept confidential and will be handled by trusted and authenticated members of NDLF – IT Employees Wing).

2. Employees from outside Tamil Nadu please join New Democratic IT/ITES Employees Circle and work to form a Trade Union in your state.

3. Please read the earlier posts about the illegal layoff plan being implemented in Cognizant fourth bucket, MS rating and many other euphemisms.

The only way to put an end to this madness is for all IT Employees to join together and take legal and union action.

New Democratic Labour Front – IT Employees Wing

About NDLF

The root cause of the current madness going on in IT sector

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