About 750 full-time employees of coding start-up Whitehat Jr., acquired and managed by Baijus, have resigned in the last 60 days after the company asked them to relocate and return to their respective offices within a month. Employees were working in sales, coding and math teams and decided to leave because they did not want to relocate to their designated office location.
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The start-up is thought to have alerted those working in remote areas to return in mid-March. “Business priorities change, people’s priorities change – that’s right, we can shake hands and take part,” the people quoted above said. “People took the job from home for now, we’ll see later,” they added.
An Inc 42 report said that in addition to the transfer, pay was another factor that prompted employees to resign. Although the start-up informed employees about their job location at the time of their hiring, they believed they deserved a pay rise for relocating to this expensive city. The report quoted some employees as claiming that the company was not doing well.
Several start-ups have dropped out in recent months. Unacademy, Vedantu, Furlenco, Meesho and Trell are among those who have reportedly reduced their workforce.
Responding to a question, a spokesperson for Whitehat Jr. said, “As part of our back-to-work drive, most of our sales and support staff have been asked to report to the Gurgaon and Mumbai offices from April 18. We have made exceptions in terms of treatment. And offered relocation assistance according to personal needs and requirements. “He added that teachers would continue to work from home.