The company’s managing director and chief executive CP Gurnani told reporters here that the Mahindra group company has not yet come up with a policy on this aspect as it should be something that is in line with local laws in more than 90 countries. I do this.
Moonlighting has become an issue that has divided the otherwise united $220-billion Indian IT industry, with firms like Wipro, TCS, IBM going public with their concerns over it.
“There is a difference between a legacy and a digital (company). We are a digital company,” Gurnani told reporters, when asked if he was surprised by the way his colleagues had reacted to the issue. .
Gernani quickly said he did not want to comment on the competition.
In the broadest sense, ‘digital’ refers to new-age deals that go beyond structures built on old ways of delivering services.
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Gurnani said the company expects employees to come forward and disclose about working with another company, adding that important aspects such as values, ethics, transparency should not be compromised.
Gurnani said, “As CEO, I’m happy if there’s anything productive… I’m just asking to get permission and let us know what you’re working on. That helps as well. “Yes,” Gernani said.
He clarified that at present there is no policy in the company that allows any of its more than 1.63 lakh employees to take up two jobs without permission and made it clear that if any violation is detected, He can also take action.