#byjus #byjuraveendran #divyagokulnath #linkedinfam #pmoindia #edtech I want support from the government please help me out and give justice to me in this crucial situation. Please help me out. If there is no way out after this post then I have to end my life. there is no option left as I will not get my salary on 1st August If I opt for involuntary exit. I don't have any money to survive and I request all LinkedIn family members to share the video as much as you can. I request our government please help me and other employees from this toxic work culture. Byjus is doing fraud from all the sides including employees and customers . I WANT JUSTICE, KINDLY DO THE NEEDFUL.
In a video shared on LinkedIn on July 26, a tearful Khemka said, "I was abruptly told in a meeting that I have to quit the company by July 28 or else I won't get my salary on August 1. They'll need around 30-35 more days. I am the only earning member in the family, my husband is unwell, I have loans to repay, how will survive if they don't release my salary on the first?"
She added that during the meeting where her termination was announced, her manager told her that she was being laid off because of her performance and behaviour. But, when Khemka approached the HR, she was told that wasn't the reason why she was being let go.
"Byju's had also promised variable pay, and I took loans for my family accordingly, but the company never paid up and now the vendors are after me. Where do I go? How will I eat?" Khemka said in the video.
Let us encourage BYJU'S to urgently address these concerns and take decisive steps to ensure a respectful and ethical work environment. As professionals, let's stand together in support of workplaces that prioritize employee well-being and customer trust.