A Better.com lawyer said the claims were "without merit".
Explaining their decision, Better.com stated that the uncertain mortgage market conditions created an exceedingly challenging operating environment for many in the industry.
P&O Ferries is one of the UK's leading ferry companies and carries over 10 million passengers a year. However, its demand slumped in the pandemic.
Over 4,000 employees, including pregnant women and expectant parents, were sacked by Better.com this week in an ill-timed and widely criticised move on Women’s Day.
Better.com is laying off over 4,000 employees, including pregnant women and expectant parents, in Vishal Garg's latest round of firing.
The latest round of layoffs have reportedly started, with an employee telling TechCrunch that affected workers have started receiving severance money through the company’s payroll app with no communication from Better.com executives.
For most of 2021, Indian-origin Vishal Garg’s Better.com was hiring actively in the United States and in India.
Better.com CEO Vishal Garg laid off 900 employees in a single Zoom call in December 2021.
Vishal Garg had apologised for his manner of handling layoffs at Better.com after a video of him firing 900 people via a Zoom call went viral on social media
Anand Mahindra, who joined hundreds of others in slamming Better.com CEO Vishal Garg, had some strong words for the manner in which he carried out the layoffs.
in 2020, Vishal Garg had made headlines for calling his employees "dumb dolphins".
Garg apologized earlier this week for his manner of handling layoffs at the mortgage company after a video of him firing 900 people via a Zoom call went viral on social media.
Anand Mahindra retweeted several people replying to his question, with most of them slamming Better.com's Vishal Garg for his actions.
Vishal Garg, who has come under intense criticism after SoftBank-backed Better.com laid off about 9% of its workforce through the video call, said he had "bl.
In 2020, Vishal Garg made headlines for sending an extremely rude email to his team, where he equated them to "dumb dolphins".
Vishal Garg said 15 per cent of employees of the New York-headquartered Better.com have lost their jobs as part of the lay-offs.