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No notice period, no salary...the phone rang and Byju employees lost their jobs.

 Byju's Layoff: Troubled Byju's has started layoffs again. According to a report of Moneycontrol, Byju is informing the employees about their termination over phone. Employees are neither being given notice period nor are they getting PIP. 
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 No notice period, no salary...the phone rang and Byju employees lost their jobs.
Agro Haryana, New Delhi Byju Crisis: The troubles of edutech company Byju's, which is stuck in financial crisis, is not showing signs of abating. Burdened with debt, the company is not even able to pay salaries to its employees. 

Byju closed its offices. Now it is laying off employees. Byju has once again started laying off employees. This time there are preparations to lay off 100 to 500 employees.  

Retrenchment of employees over phone  

Troubled Byju's has started layoffs again. According to a report by Moneycontrol, Byju is informing the employees about their termination over phone. Employees are neither being given notice period nor are they getting PIP (Performance Improvement Plan). 

By calling directly, instructions were issued to him not to come to the office.  

No notice period, no salary 

According to the report, employees are being called by HR and asked not to come to office. They are being thrown out of their jobs immediately. The employees were simply told over the phone that they were no longer a part of Byju's. 

They are not even getting a chance to find another job. People are being thrown out of jobs with immediate effect.  

10000 people have already been thrown out

Let us tell you that this is not the first time. Ever since the crisis started, the company has laid off 10,000 employees. The company has also closed its offices across the country. 

The company ordered its staff to work from home. Now it is gradually reducing the number of employees. The company had also stopped the salaries of its employees in February. Although his salary came later, the salary for March has been delayed again.  

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