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…

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FITE Announcement

  Dear Friends, We hear some announcements in the name of FITE (Forum For IT Employees). We would like to emphasis that this website is the only official page of Organisation.  Any other announcement in the name of FITE with different contact details, Website  email id’s & Facebook Pages are…

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Terrifying appraisal in __S

After having worked/spent/lived in IT sector for around 10 years, this is my prediction on how the internal-fighting would occur in __S over survival of employees after laying off the employees who are characterized as average performers using a illogical appraisal process. And, this is not to hurt any employees,…

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A TCSer’s open letter to Mr. Chandra (CEO , TCS) !

Dear Mr. Chandra, TCS is world leader technology service provider.  You are working hard to make TCS more agile and competitive. All employees are happy to strengthen your hands. You have won various prizes like best CEO of the year. TCS market cap has grown multi fold, TCS margin is…

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FITE will continue the struggle against TCS ‘layoffs’

Forum for IT Employees (F.I.T.E.) was formed by a group of IT professionals to bring together employees of various IT and ITES companies in the last week of December 2014. The forum works as a platform to speak out for the welfare and rights of IT and ITES employees of India. Currently, the forum is…

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Another FITE member got interim stay on termination by TCS

Despite the stiff opposition by TCS counsel, the Honourable Madras High Court issued an ad-interim injunction order restraining TCS to give effect of its termination letter to a 36 year old male employee for two weeks . The High Court also directed the Labour Conciliation Officer to commence the proceedings…

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