By ZeroHour News
IT employees in Bangalore constitute 35% of the total IT work pool in our country. With the election to the Karnataka State Assembly around the corner, the IT fraternity is keen to hear from all the political parties on their vision for the IT industry. As a community of IT employees, ITEC want to provide a platform for all the political parties to explain their manifesto to the IT world. This will be an opportunity for the IT industry as well to understand every Party’s vision and mission for the Industry. The recent forecasts have been predicting quite turbulent times for the Indian IT industry and its employees in the days ahead. To add to the woes, IT employees are being tormented with various anti-employee moves like exemption from standing orders, absence of any appropriate labor laws, extending working-hours for women employees, mushrooming of fraud IT companies and inability to act against such actors and many other such scenarios which are in one way or the other deteriorating the healthy working environment for the IT workforce today.
In this context, ITEC, as a representative body of the IT community, is organizing a Convention of all Political Parties on April 20, 2013 (Saturday), prior to Karnataka Assembly elections where they would speak on their manifesto es for IT/ITeS Employees. This will also provide an opportunity for IT/ITeS Employees to interact with different political parties and raise their concerns, aspirations & various aspects concerning the Industry.
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