TCS Concludes Cooperation Negotiations in Finland
OREANDA-NEWS. Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has announced that the cooperation negotiation process with its employee representatives have concluded in Finland, at the end of a meeting held on June 4, 2013. As an outcome of the negotiations, a new organisation model, principles for the staffing-process have been discussed and concluded, along with the action plan for its implementation.
The final number of impacted positions will be known after a period of 8-10 weeks once the new organisation structure is staffed and implemented and all possible redeployment opportunities across TCS have been fully explored.
A comprehensive support structure for helping potentially affected employees has also been discussed and concluded, which includes options for out-placement services, severance packages and counselling.
“We realise that this is a difficult time for our employees and we remain committed to helping them by actively looking for redeployment opportunities within TCS and also by providing out-placement services. During this transition period, TCS will provide all support and assistance to help employees to plan for their future.” said Ruchikar Dalela, country-head, Finland.
TCS began cooperation negotiations in Finland, on April 23, 2013, as part of a process to streamline its operations in the business unit and harmonise them with its established global model. A maximum of 290 positions may be impacted.
Tata Consultancy Services, a leading IT services, consulting and business solutions organisation, has a long term commitment to Finland and greatly values the talent and expertise of its Finnish employees. As a reputed top employer in Europe and across the world, TCS remains committed to providing its employees in Finland with progressive global careers.