Non-compete clause: Infy called for talks – Times of India


BENGALURU: The labour ministry has known as Infosys’s group HR head Krish Shankar for a dialogue on Thursday after it acquired a criticism from IT union Nascent Data Know-how Staff Senate (NITES) over a noncompete clause within the employment settlement.
TOI had reported {that a} just lately launched non-compete clause forbids staff from engaged on the identical buyer’s initiatives throughout 5 named rivals and their subsidiaries for six months after leaving the agency. It named TCS, IBM, Accenture, Wipro and Cognizant as rivals that staff can’t be a part of if they’re placed on a challenge of the identical buyer because the one they have been working for at Infosys.
Infosys’s goal appears to be to restrain staff from divulging confidential data associated to prospects. An e mail despatched to Infosys on being known as for a dialogue by the chief labour commissioner didn’t elicit a response until the time of going to the press.


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