Thierry Delaporte, CEO and MD of Wipro, stated that the company will now issue promotions to each of its employees based on the success of the previous three months during the release of data for the June quarter. Starting in this month of July, it will take place.
The issue of employees quitting their positions is currently causing problems for the nation’s IT sector. Aside from small businesses, large IT firms like TCS, Infosys, and Wipro are also concerned about staff turnover. Wipro, owned by Azim Premji, has now launched a campaign to improve the issue. Wipro has made the decision to raise salaries and offer promotions to staff members every quarter, or every three months, in an effort to keep them invested in the business.
CEO of the business provided details.
Thierry Delaporte, CEO and MD of Wipro, stated that the company will now issue promotions to each of its employees based on the success of the previous three months during the release of data for the June quarter. Starting in this month of July, it will take place. The corporation will also raise employee salaries every three months in a similar manner. Employees will begin to benefit from this Wipro programme in September of this year.
Delaporte stated that the talent investment we made is beginning to pay off. We have declared a strategy of offering promotions on a quarterly basis, which is something brand-new, according to Wipro CEO and MD. Prior until this, Wipro also conducted annual cycles for employee evaluations. With the implementation of the three-month promotion policy, employees will now begin to reap its benefits as early as September.
TCS and HCL Tech trail Wipro in the restoration
Let us inform you that Wipro hired more people in the April–June period than firms like TCS and HCL Tech. The number of Wipro employees increased over this time by 15446, reaching 258574 on June 30 of 2022. The rate of employees quitting the organisation decreased somewhat over this time, from 23.8 percent in the March quarter to 23.3 percent. Delaporte stated that Wipro’s leave rate has decreased for three consecutive quarters in relation to this.