HCL Tech Lays Off 350 Employees as Indian It Industry Struggles Against Global Inflation!!Due to global macroeconomic constraints, HCL Technologies is not the only Indian IT business that is experiencing difficulties. Other Indian IT behemoths like TCS, Wipro, and Infosys are also under difficulty due to growing fears about global inflation.
HCL Technologies, a major Indian IT company, has laid off 350 workers as the country’s IT sector prepares for significant headwinds amid mounting fears about global inflation.
According to a report from Moneycontrol on Tuesday, the software behemoth has fired 350 employees who worked for Microsoft’s news-related programme MSN. These people were employed, among other places, in Guatemala, the Philippines, and India.
This change occurs just days after HCL Technologies overtook Wipro, owned by AzimPremji, to become India’s third-largest IT business in terms of market valuation, trailing only IT behemoths like TCS and Infosys. Despite this, industry experts think that the business may see turbulence on Dalal Street in the future. “Downside target of Rs.2970 HCL has a somewhat superior structure (compared to other Indian IT companies), but it might suffer a sideways volatility phase,” said Manoj Dalmia, founder and director of Proficient Equities, in an interview with Business Today.
According to Tips2Trades co-founder and trainer PavitraaShetty, is the result of subpar global economic cues. She stated to Business Today that despite strong fundamentals, “HCL Technologies has witnessed heavy selling in recent times, mostly owing to internationally poor sentiment in the IT sector.”
Due to the rise in costs, many businesses are seeing pressure on their margins. According to a Business Today report from the month of August, Infosys reduced its variable payout by 70%, Wipro postponed it, and TCS delayed it. Follow our site for daily updates.
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