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Infosys, Labour Ministry to meet on May 16 to discuss non-compete agreement

The company was absent from the first round of discussion that was scheduled on April 28. In the next meeting, representatives from the ministry and Infosys are expected to be present along with the union that filed the complaint seeking removal of the agreement from offer letters.

April 28, 2022 / 05:54 PM IST
 
 
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The Labour Ministry will hold a second round of discussion with Infosys on its non-compete agreement, which bans ex-employees from working for the same customers in rival firms, on May 16.

The company was absent from the first round of discussion that was scheduled on April 28.

Harpreet Saluja, President, Nascent Information Technology Employees Senate (NITES), which was a part of this discussion on the agreement with the ministry, said that Infosys was absent from the hearing even after the ministry gave them the option to join the meeting virtually.

“The next round of discussion will happen on May 16 in New Delhi,” he added. Apart from the representatives from the ministry and Infosys, NITES will be present in the meeting as well.