Why TCS Isn’t Rehiring Its Ex-Employees?

Friends, if any of you have ever worked for TCS then you are well aware that in this company the former employees are not rehired.

But have you ever pondered what could be the reason for it?

Let us tell you about same through this article, which could provide you with maybe some useful information.

If you are working in the IT industry then you already know that switching companies is essential if you really want to progress in your professional career as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Because if you have talent and skills then any other company will offer you a higher salary package than your former employer.

Even today, many skilled professionals in this sector continue to change organizations solely for the purpose of getting higher salary packages.

Salary Package Difference Between Regular vs Rehired Employees

In the beginning, employees used to join TCS and work there for a limited time before moving on to another company. 

After joining the new company, they too worked there for a limited period of time and later they used to join the TCS company again.

And the interesting part is that whenever those individuals used to rejoin the TCS company again then their salary would be skyrocket very easily. 

In starting TCS did not pay much attention to the matter of rehiring its own ex-employee, but after some time, some such problem emerged in the company’s perspective that was rather significant and was affecting the morale of the company’s existing employees to deteriorate, and this problem was something like this.

The truth was that whenever a TCS employee left another company and was rehired by TCS then their salary package was many times higher than the individual who had been working in the same position for years in the same organization. 

TCS is Focussing More on to Retain Their Employees

Many TCS employees had also complained to their senior management that while working in the same organization for many years, their salary does not increase significantly, whereas an ex-employee is rehired and receives a decent salary package.

So, what is the advantage of working with the company for so long? TCS has acknowledged this problem over time and finally, the company has stopped employing its ex-employees.

We are not sure about the same point but It could be one of the reasons why TCS has stopped rehiring its ex-employees.

With this example, it is obvious that TCS is now focusing more on its regular employees.

There is also one truth about TCS is that an employee in this company has the highest job security, and as a result, the employees of this company remain associated with the organization even after gaining a lower salary.

This is the main reason why TCS is more successful in retaining more than 80 percent of its employees in today’s time.

With the progression of time, TCS is also considering increasing the salary package for its regular employees as well as striving to provide them with more facilities and this could be one of the reasons why TCS is not looking for rehiring their ex-employees. 

Final Words on Why TCS Isn’t Rehiring Its Ex-Employees?

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  1. The reason for exaggerating facts may differ from person to person. According to Suchita Dutta, executive director at Indian Staffing Federation, the apex body of the flexi-staffing industry in the country, most HR managers will take this into account before deciding whether the candidate should be fired immediately or be given a chance to explain, or whether the discrepancy should be ignored as irrelevant. “If a person has been honest about his skills but doesn’t have the proof—maybe he knows coding but has not worked in any major coding project—you should take his skills into account. Similarly, someone may have worked in a company but was not given the opportunity to update his skills—like those ‘on the bench’ in an IT job. In such cases, the HR team has to use its judgement and not just what the verification results show,” says Dutta.

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