New Delhi, 26 August (Breaking News). Accenture, a global professional company, has over 5 lakh employees worldwide and is now about to cut the number of non-performing employees by at least 5 percent. Along with this, thousands of Indians will also have to lose jobs in the midst of economic recession.
A report published in the Australian Financial Review (AFR) first gave this information. It gave this information, citing an internal staff meeting held in mid-August by Julie Sweet, CEO of Accenture.
Ascenter has about 2 lakh employees in India, thousands of employees may be affected by the move.
Ascenture told IANS that at this time, the company is not planning additional global workforce (workforce) action.
It said, every year, as part of our demonstration process, we interact with our people about how they are performing, what areas are likely to improve, their ability to progress, and whether they are going to ascent Long-term fit.
The company said, this year, at all parts of our business and at all levels of career, we will identify about 5 percent of people as the worst performing people and these individuals will be out of Accenture. This corresponds to the steps we take each year.