First ever trade Union for IT employees in Bangalore registered
There are several changes happening in the IT industry, To solve IT employees’ problems. For the first time IT employees have established as Trade Unions. Bangalore, Karnataka Labor Commission, Trade Union Act 1926, the largest tech hub in the country, approved Karnataka State IT / ITES Employees Union (KITU) under the Karnataka Trade Unions Regulations 1958. KITU General Secretary Vineet Wakil said that this is a very important moment and it is dedicated to the IT employee Union.
Many IT employees have been facing many problems and have set up a Union to solve all these issues with the formation of the IT Union. About 1.5 million people in IT and IT-based service sectors are in Bangalore alone. At least 4 million IT employees around the country. There are several changes in IT sector since last year.
Companies are carrying out large-scale layoffs and more working hours. With the impact of automation, the companies are relieving the employees. There is no increasing in the increments also. The IT industry body Nasscom estimates that the export revenue of the sector will be 7-8 percent without any changes. The main reason for this is the negative situation in America, which is the largest market for IT exports.