Days after Wipro confirmed that it let go of 452 freshers for performing poorly on internal assessments after delaying onboarding, an employee organization has said it will be submitting a complaint to the labor department for an inquiry.
The Nascent Information Technology Employees Senate (NITES), a union of IT employees, said that it ‘strongly condemns the unethical layoffs done by Wipro.’
“For a year these employees were struggling to join the company despite clearing interviews, training, assessments and internships. The company has not paid a single rupee to these employees and fired them illegally. We will be submitting a complaint to the Labour Authorities to conduct an inquiry,” NITES President Harpreet Singh Saluja said.