Live : NDLF Demonstration Against Wipro, Cognizant (CTS) Layoffs!

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    • Anonymous on May 18, 2017 at 7:40 pm
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    Y No it employees in the pic

    1. Every one was watching from the sidelines it seems 🙂
      We had quite a traffic on this live update. But there was not much material. Everyone is still waiting for other to join. But the movement is beginning.

      Thanks for your good will Anony.

    • kasi on May 18, 2017 at 11:29 pm
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    “We want the government to intervene and initiate a dialogue between the union and companies,” said S Karpagavinayagam, organiser, NDLF, IT Employees Wing.
    The NDLF has called upon IT employees to unionise, and to participate in a demonstration to be held on 18 May from 5pm at Shollinganallur signal, OMR, Chennai.

    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/chennai/government-should-stop-layoffs-in-it-companies/articleshow/58728051.cms

    • Ishan Bhattacharya on May 19, 2017 at 11:59 am
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    Hello,

    I am not seeing Capgemini’s name in much of these posts. Capgemini is also following the same sort of practice like CTS, Wipro, Infosys etc. They are putting people into rating 4 or 5 forcefully and asking them to resign. Rating 5 means termination or resignation. rating 4 means PIP (Performance improvement Plan).
    Once the rating is changed to 4 then no project takes that resource and ultimately that resource is asked to resign or is terminated on grounds of PIP failure.
    The PIP procedure is not followed at all. This sort of termination is illegal. Fight back with FITE and NDLF against this sort of illegal malpractice followed by the IT/ITES companies.

    regards,
    Ishan

    • Arun on May 21, 2017 at 10:47 am
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    Yes…the movement has begun. Congratulations NDLF for taking the first bold step. Just because of you we IT employees know our rights.
    But the movement/ demonstration should not stop here …it needs to spread to the other affected states like Kolkata, Pune.

    Request you to please take the next steps. Wondering why the state govts. are silent (except Telengana) and the media is also not highlighting that much.
    Could you please share the emails and phone the labour officials of other states.

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