US jury rules in favour of TCS over alleged discrimination FILE PHOTO: Logos of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) are displayed. (REUTERS/Vivek Prakash/File Photo)
A California jury has sided with India’s outsourcing giant Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) in an alleged discrimination case, stating the company did not have a “pattern or practice” of intentional discrimination against non-South Asian workers due to their race or national origin. In September, three US citizens sued TCS alleging discrimination and seeking exemplary and punitive damages. The former TCS employees – Christopher Slaight, Seyed Amir Masoudi and Nobel Mandili – claimed they received fewer work opportunities and were eventually fired because of their races and national origins. Their attorney Daniel Kotchen reportedly presented data showing that the company has fired…
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