‘Moonlighting’, which involves working from two places at the same time, is not supported by Infosys. Those who violated this policy were also fired in the last 12 months. In terms of revenue, Infosys is the country’s second-largest information technology company.
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What is Moonlighting?
Moonlighting refers to when an employee does a second job in addition to his regular one. Despite this, Infosys did not disclose how many employees were fired due to moonlight.
No support for doing two jobs at the same time
Salil Parekh, the chief executive officer (CEO) of Infosys, stated that the company does not support two jobs being held simultaneously during the company’s announcement of second-quarter financial results on Thursday. “We do not condone working with one job… we have taken action against individuals who were found to be doing two jobs in the past and when there was a confidentiality issue,” said Parekh.
One business that has taken a strong stance against “moonlighting” is Infosys. Rishad Premji, the chairman of Wipro, stated last month that 300 staff had been let go for “moonlighting.” He had made it quite plain that such personnel, who also works for the competitor company, have no place in the organization.