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Infosys allows employees to take up gig work with managers' prior consent

Several IT companies including Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), HCLTech, IBM, and Wipro have opposed moonlighting, calling it an ethical issue as well as a breach of employee code

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Shivani ShindeSourabh Lele Mumbai/New Delhi
Amid the entire buzz around moonlighting, India’s second-largest IT firm Infosys has allowed its employees to take up gig work in their personal time, after getting the prior consent of their manager.

According to an internal email addressed to managers at Infosys, the company has notified its managers about the company’s guidelines around gig work.

“Any employee, who wishes to take up gig work, may do so, with the prior consent of their manager and BP-HR, and in personal time, for establishments that do not compete with Infosys or Infosys’ clients,” the email reads. The IT major has added that

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First Published: Oct 21 2022 | 12:20 AM IST

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