Reportedly after it came to light that employees of IT firm Infosys in Hyderabad have to shell out money to use their company’s parking lot, activists have claimed that the practice is against the law. Presently the company charges Rs 500 for four-wheelers and Rs 250 for two-wheelers per month to park on the campus and these charges are deducted from the employees’ salary.
As per report the Infosys office in Hyderabad is located in the city outskirts, in the Pocharam Special Economic Zone (SEZ) campus. Meanwhile an estimated 20,000 people work at the facility and the workforce is expected to increase by another 20,000 in the next few years. Further most of these employees depend on their own transport to commute to the office but the company has been charging them for parking at the campus and the parking charges are levied on all Infosys employees across India.
Moreover Infosys responded to the ministry’s query into the allegation of parking charges saying, “The charges collected from the employees as a deduction from salary is accounted as a fund with the Infosys employees’ welfare trust which utilizes the same for the maintenance and upkeep of the parking facility.” Perhaps the company claims they even collect GST on the parking fee from the employees.
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