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Wipro becomes 1st Indian IT firm to allow Europe employees to form union

Wipro's employees that have been allowed to unionise belong to 13 countries including France, Sweden, Finland and Germany

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Wipro has allowed its employees to unionise in Europe. It has become the first IT company in India to do so, as reported by the Times of India (TOI). The employees will be allowed to set up a European Works Council (EWC) and encourage debates on their issues. 

Wipro's employees that have been allowed to unionise belong to 13 countries including France, Sweden, Finland and Germany. In Europe, the company has over 30,000 employees. 

The EWC will be led by elected or appointed employee representatives from the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA). The chair sponsorship will

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First Published: Nov 23 2022 | 10:49 AM IST

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