FITE & Affected Wipro, Hewlett-Packard and J.P. Morgan Employees filed Petitions – Bengaluru

Date: 22.07.2017 Chennai  Press Release   On June 21st members of Forum for IT Employees (F.I.T.E) and affected IT employees from Wipro, Hewlett-Packard and J.P. Morgan submitted petitions to the Labour Commissioner (LC) of Karnataka. These petitions raise a dispute under the Industrial Dispute Act and demand that the LC… Continue reading

FITE stands with unfairly wrongfully terminated J.P Morgan Employee – Press Release

Date: 21.06.2017 Bengaluru   Press Release   FITE stands with unfairly wrongfully terminated J.P Morgan Employee   Good Corporate Governance rests on ethical business behaviour of being fair and building integrity and faith among all its employees. It ensures application of sound business principles keeping in view the interest of… Continue reading

FITE Representative met Hon. Justice Mr.P.B.Sawant (retd) Supreme Court of india

On 18th June, 2017, Mr.Elavarasan Raja, FITE Co-ordinator, Pune \ Mumbai  met with the Honourable Justice Mr P.B.Sawant (Retd), Supreme Court of India. Honourable Justice have appreciated the efforts of FITE and given his full support to the FITE organization. As part of the continuous support FITE garnering from various… Continue reading

FITE Tamilnadu New office inauguration

Forum for IT Employees (F.I.T.E)- Tamilnadu New office inauguration.       On 17th June, 2016, FITE – Forum for I.T. Employees, Tamilnadu have inaugurated its new office in Chennai. The office was inaugurated by by Retd. Judge Hari Paranthaaman, Madras High Court & Comrade Oviya, Social Activist. Our new… Continue reading

FITE Chennai Press meet – Press Release

Date : 16 Jun 2017 Chennai Press Release In December 2016, when one of the IT giants, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), started to layoff their employees Forum for IT Employees (FITE) was formed by Young Tamil Nadu Movement (YTM). When Cognizant Solutions started illegal termination of its employees in this… Continue reading

FITE Employee Employers & Pune Labour Commissioner Conciliation update – Press Release

Date: 15 Jun 2017 Pune Press Release   On 15th June, as scheduled, an employee– employer meet took place in the assistant labor commissioner’s (Maharashtra) office in Pune. Representatives of management from Vodafone, Cognizant and Tech Mahindra were present, Wipro not yet attend this meeting. The employers continued to deny… Continue reading

Forum for I.T Employees (F.I.T.E) Responds to Statements made by Mohandas Pai June 7th Economic Times

Forum for I.T Employees (F.I.T.E) Responds to Statements made by Mohandas Pai June 7th Economic Times   First, let us identify Mohandas Pai as an industry lobbyist and an industry representative. His recent statements merely reflect his position and his role in the industry. The views he professes is therefore… Continue reading

5 More affected Cognizant Employees & F.I.T.E files petition to Pune Labour Commissioner Today!

12.06.2017 Pune Press Release Cognizant Employees & F.I.T.E files petition to Labour Commissioner Today! Layoffs has now become a common term among anyone working in Information Technology sectors. IT is viewed as one of the prestigious industries that helps anyone earn enough money to lead a decent life in cities.… Continue reading

Lok Raj Sangathan, Kamgar Ekta Committee & Various Trade Unions Condemn attacks on jobs of IT sector workers !

  Condemn attacks on jobs of IT sector workers ! Statement by Maharashtra Committee of Lok Raj Sangathan and Kamgar Ekta Committee, 5 June 2017. In recent months thousands of IT workers from large IT companies have been fired. More than 20000 workers from large IT companies like Cognizant Technologies,… Continue reading

FITE Representatives meet Karnataka IT Minister

Date : 05.06.2017 Bangalore Press Release The representatives of Forum for IT Employees(FITE) met the Honorable IT Minister of Karnataka, Mr.Priyank M. Kharge, in Bengaluru today at 2 PM to discuss the concerns of IT employees. As the IT organizations are keen to reduce the number of employees at mid-level, it had… Continue reading