American workers claim TCS is giving jobs to Indians with H1B visas; Decoding this fuss

The complaints highlight grievances related to discriminatory actions and unjust employment practices allegedly perpetuated by TCS management.

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New Delhi: A cohort of American employees has leveled serious allegations against Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), alleging discriminatory practices based on race and age, as well as abrupt terminations and the preferential hiring of workers from India on H1-B visas. The revelations surfaced in a report by the Wall Street Journal, shedding light on purported misconduct within the renowned IT consulting giant.

22 American workers file formal complaint 

As per the report, a total of 22 American workers have filed formal complaints with the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission against TCS, a company boasting a clientele comprising some of the largest corporations in America. The complaints highlight grievances related to discriminatory actions and unjust employment practices allegedly perpetuated by TCS management.

Who are these affected employees?

The affected individuals, hailing from diverse ethnic backgrounds including Caucasians, Asian-Americans, and Hispanic Americans, fall within the age bracket of their 40s to 60s. Spread across more than a dozen states in the US, these former TCS employees have found themselves at the center of a contentious legal battle, raising concerns about workplace fairness and equality.