Category: Press Releases

Union of IT & ITES Employees (UNITE)

UNITE supports Bharath Bandh

Extending solidarity with the Bharath Bandh

The Bharat Bandh on 8th December was called collectively by all the farmers organisations protesting in Delhi. They are demanding to revoke the Pro-corporate, and anti-farmers laws enacted by the brute majority of the BJP led NDA government, while the opposition was protesting against it. These new Agri-Laws undemocratically passed in the Parliament, threaten India’s…
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Demands of IT & ITES Employees in General Strike

General Strike and the role of IT & ITES employees

Dear all, Office Bearers of Union of IT and ITES employees salute the IT & ITES employees for taking part in the historical General Strike, by extending solidarity through social media platforms. Reports from Central Trade Unions claim over 25 crore workers, agricultural workers and other sections of toiling people who produce the wealth of…
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General Strike demands of IT and ITES employees

General Strike Demands

Show your solidarity with the General Strike happening Today the 26th of November 2020. Post your picture with the demands of the strike. 1) Withdraw all the anti-labour codes 2) Revoke all anti-farmer legislation 3) Stop privatization 4) Scrap National Pension Scheme 3) Implement welfare measures for the People

Calling all IT & ITES Employees to support General Strike

The issues for IT and ITES employees in the labour codes and why we should protest against it. புதிய தொழிலாளர் சட்டங்களால் IT மற்றும் ITES தொழிலாளர்களுக்கு இருக்கும் பிரச்சனைகள் குறித்தும் நாளை (26 Nov) நடைபெறவிருக்கும் நாடு தழுவிய வேலைநிறுத்தம் குறித்தும் UNITE பொதுச் செயலாளர் பேசுகிறார். #UNITE #Unionize #TogetherWeBargain

IT and ITES Employees extends solidarity to General Strike

Support, Solidarity and Action for November 26th 2020

T & ITES employees extend our solidarity to `March to Delhi’ and `Parliament gherao’ planned on November 26, 27th, 2020 called by the Farmers organizations against the anti-farmer legislation enacted by the Union Government of India and demanding withdrawal of all anti-farmer legislation. IT & ITES employees support the General Strike to be held on…
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WFH regulation demands submitted to Labour Commissioner

On October 10th 2020, a section of IT & ITES employees protested against the NASSCOM’s policy recommendations for WFH, as it is a path way to Modern Slavery. As a continuation to our struggle to protect employees welfare, on October 12th 2020, a memorandum of demands related to regulating Work From Home to employees welfare…
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IT Employees Protest against NASSCOM

IT Employees Protest against NASSCOM

UNITE thanks and congratulates its members for participating in the protest called on 10th October 2020 against the Union government and Nasscom on the below demands, 1) Reject Nasscom recommendations on Work From Home as they are akin to modern slavery with no respite to employees.2) Enact laws to regulate Work From Home to protect…
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UNITE against NASSCOM

Protest against NASSCOM’s Policy recommendations on WFH

The Indian Union Government has recently passed Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions Code, 2020, the Industrial Relations Code, 2020 and the Code on Social Security, 2020. The three codes were passed when MPs from opposition parties protest against the Farm Bills passed in an undemocratic way. We believe the three Codes passed in Lok…
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IT & ITES Employees stand with protesting Farmers

#BharatBandh #NoToFarmsBill #AntiFarmerBills IT & ITES Employees extend their solidarity to Farmers protest happening across our country today! (25th September 2020). UNITE believes, these legislations will destroy Indian agriculture and our farmers as we know it. This handover of the entire sector to big agribusiness corporates will lead to the abolishing of minimum support price…
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IT & ITES employees dissent on the three labour Codes passed on Lok Sabha

UNITE opposes the Anti-farmer and Anti-Worker legislations passed by the Central Union Government. On behalf of the IT & ITES Employees, we express our solidarity to the National Protest day called by various central unions on 23rd September 2020. We believe the three Codes passed in Lok Sabha are not progressive in the interest of…
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