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Going Might Get Hard For Almost 1,200 Employees Of RCom In Market For Job

Going Might Get Hard For Almost 1,200 Employees Of RCom In Market For Job

With Reliance Communications is all ready to shut the majority of its business for wireless network in a little more than a month from the present, almost 1,200 workers will expectedly be left high and dry with no jobs. The firm told its labor force this week that November 30, 2017, will be their final date of service, placing them in a spot since there are not too many choices accessible in the market for job. Recruiters claimed that those with over 8 Years of experience will have the hardest time and also junior level workers will discover the market to be jammed.

“It will be a big hurdle to obtain a job in this circumstance,” claimed partner at a research firm, A Ramachandran, to the media in an interview. “Candidates must take up any opening they receive and not see too much into the compensation or profile.” Ramachandran has been receiving calls from employees of RCom for the last 2 Weeks to 3 Weeks. “Some can be positioned in the logistics and ecommerce sector, but for the remaining, the gap of demand and supply is pretty large,” claimed executive vice president of enrollment company Teamlease Services, Rituparna Chakraborty, to the media in an interview. Chakraborty claimed that she anticipates her team in the upcoming couple of few weeks to be swilled out with resumes of employees from RCom.

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RCom has almost 3,000 workers, out of which 1,000 to 1,200 will be impacted by the shutting down, a source well known with the issue claimed to the media in an interview. On the other hand, chairman of a research firm, Kris Lakshmikanth, predicts that almost 5,000 workers will be impacted. The telecom company did not reply to media’s mail sent last week, asking about its wireless commerce and the effect on employees. In addition to the loss of jobs, the workers have been informed that their salaries for November will be postponed by almost 1.5 Months. They will get salaried for October and September as projected, while wages for November will be provided coupled with the full and final agreement by January 15, 2017, executive director of Reliance Telecom, Gurdeep Singh, claimed to the media in an expressively charged speech of 15 Minutes, a recording of whose is the media.

He further added that RCom will offer optimistic references for its workers and has raised limitations on Reliance Jio Infocomm, the joining rival.

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