Anand Mahindra Apologises Over Manner Of Techie's Firing

Anand Mahindra Apologises Over Manner Of Techie’s Firing

Tech Mahindra top brass also apologised after an audio clip went viral, which purportedly involved a conversation of an HR executive of the company asking an employee to put in his papers by next morning.

New Delhi: Mahindra Groups’s Chairman Anand Mahindra today tendered a public apology over the manner in which an employee of Tech Mahindra was asked to quit.

Tech Mahindra top brass also apologised after an audio clip went viral, which purportedly involved a conversation of an HR executive of the company asking an employee to put in his papers by next morning, as part of corporate decision.

Anand Mahindra, chief of the $19 billion group, took to social media to apologise over the incident saying the core value of the conglomerate is to “preserve the dignity of the individual”.

“I want to add my personal apology. Our core value is to preserve the dignity of the individual and we will ensure this does not happen in future,” he tweeted.

 

 

 “We have become aware of the incident involving a conversation between an employee and a company HR representative. We deeply regret the manner in which the discussion took place and have taken necessary corrective steps to ensure that this does not happen again in future,” Vineet Nayyar, Vice Chairman, Tech Mahindra said in a note.

He said that the company continues to implement strategies to meet the changing demands of business in the current global economic environment and align workforce with its “strategic priorities” and “requirements” of clients.

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