According to the notice issued by the Ministry of Labor on Tuesday, you (Amazon) are requested to appear in the office on the given date and time either in person or through an authorized representative with all relevant records in this matter. .
Amazon can now announce the layoff of 10,000 people.
Amazon Layoff in India: Union Ministry of Labor (Labour Ministry) On Wednesday, Amazon India was informed by the Deputy Chief Labor Commissioner in Bengaluru in connection with the alleged forcible termination of employment by Amazon India. (Deputy Chief Labor Commissioner) has been asked to appear before According to the notice issued by the Ministry of Labor on Tuesday, â€œYou (Amazon) are requested to attend the office on the date and time given in this matter either personally or through an authorized representative with all relevant records.â€ Be.”
Pune-based union NITES, which works for the rights of employees of IT companies, said last week that it has filed a petition and urged the central government and state labor authorities to investigate the “unethical and illegal retrenchment”. requested.
Amazon cannot lay off like this
NITES President Harpreet Singh Saluja had said that NITES strongly condemns the unethical and illegal layoffs initiated by Amazon in India. The law of the country is above the policies of Amazon. As per the provisions of the Industrial Disputes Act, the employer cannot retrench any employee without the prior permission of the appropriate government. Amazon employees who have put in at least one year of continuous service cannot be fired unless they are given three months notice and prior permission from the appropriate government.
The e-commerce giant has started laying off employees in the company amid an “unusual and uncertain macroeconomic environment” and plans to cut 10,000 or 3 percent of its workforce. Its CEO Andy Jesse has also said that Amazon will continue to cut jobs in 2023.
These companies have announced layoff
Before Amazon, Meta and Twitter also laid off employees under the layoff series in the IT sector. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook’s parent company Meta Platforms, said on November 9 that the company has decided to reduce the size of its team by about 13 percent and let go of more than 11,000 employees. Twitter has also laid off 50 percent of its employees. Now, Google and HP are also planning layoffs.
Alphabet, Google’s parent company, is reportedly preparing to lay off around 10,000 “underperforming” employees. US tech giant HP CEO Enrique Lores has also said that the company will cut down the size of its workforce in the coming days. Next three years and it will show the way out to 4,000 to 6,000 employees.