Wipro Gives Pink Slip to 1000 employees


Wipro Technologies the top IT company has decided to Layoff about 4-5 per cent of its workforce, about 2,400-3,000 employees, under the scanner for non-performance. Company sources reveal that about 1,000 employees have been asked to leave.

While some would be given counseling to improve their performance, others would be asked to leave.

NEWS Source Wipro’s corporate vice-president (human resources) Mr. Pratik Kumar confirmed the move. Asked how many employees had been asked to move on, he said the company did not disclose that number, but it was “significantly lower than 2,000”. “I can’t comment on a particular number,” Kumar said, when asked to comment.

Recently IBM, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) & Panti Computer Systems had given pink slips for their employees for non-performance, increasingly on fake biodatas,.

In February, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), the country’s largest IT services firm, had given pink slips to 500 non-performers. IBM had also given the pink slip to a large number of its entry-level trainee programmers working across the country, citing performance issues.

In July, Patni Computer Systems had shown the door to 400 employees. While IT companies said the move was not linked to the slowdown in the US, a key market for IT services, there was a consensus that it was time for belt-tightening.

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