Not planning to initiate any large-scale exits: TCS

DECCAN CHRONICLE
Published Jan 14, 2015, 4:04 pm IST
Updated Mar 30, 2019, 12:52 am IST
TCS asked 2,574 employees to leave in April-December 2014
Tata Consultancy Service
 Tata Consultancy Service

In a statement issued by Tata Consultancy Services regarding the large scale layoffs, the company denied any such initiation and the claims are entirely false and baseless.

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Below is the statement issued by TCS:

There have been discussions on various social media forums about alleged large-scale layoffs at TCS. During the course of the last few weeks we have reached out to our employees and clarified that these are entirely false and baseless claims.  

However given the persistence of these rumors in the social media, we would like to place on record that TCS has not initiated, and is not planning to initiate, any large scale exits of any section of its staff in any part of the organisation.  

Performance appraisals and associated processes are an integral part of the company's operations.  Given the circumstances, as an exception we are sharing specific data on the actual quantum of involuntary separations over the last 3 years, which establishes that there has not been any exceptional action in the last few months. .

 

The involuntary attrition for the first nine months of this year has been 2574 employees, which represents 0.8% of the total employee strength.  The corresponding numbers for FY14 and FY13 were 2203 and 2132 respectively.  The total involuntary attrition for the current fiscal year will be around 1%.

TCS is the leader in the Indian IT industry and has always built its organization on strong employee values.  We have consistently nurtured our in house talent and have also been the largest job creators in the country.  Our leadership status continues to present many growth opportunities for all our employees, and it is reflected in the fact that we have consistently had the highest employee retention levels in the industry.

 

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