Phaneesh Murthy, the disgraced former chief executive of iGate Corp, may lose as much as USD 15.09 million (about Rs. 84 crore) in severance benefits after being sacked by the US-based firm for professional misconduct.
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iGate Corporation, a US-listed IT company, on Tuesday sacked its India-born president & CEO Phaneesh Murthy for not disclosing to the management his relationship with a subordinate employee. HT reports.
The 48-year-old’s exit on grounds of sexual harassment from the company, the same ground on which he quit Infosys in 2012, has a ring of déjà vu. On both occasions, Murthy has denied any wrongdoing. N Madhavan
Nasscom chairman Krishnakumar Natarajan today said iGATE board has taken a right decision to sack its President and CEO Phaneesh Murthy over alleged sexual harassment, emphasising that a "quick and decisive" action in such incidents augurs well for the IT industry.
Outsourcing company iGate Corp said it had sacked its chief executive Phaneesh Murthy for not disclosing a relationship with a subordinate after investigating one of India's best-known IT executives for sexual harassment.
Phaneesh Murthy, who became one of the youngest Infosys officials to head the company's key operations in north America, fell from grace after being sacked as the CEO of Nasdaq-listed iGate Corporation following an inquiry into a controversy surrounding his relationship with a subordinate employee.
Outsourcing company iGate Corporation on Tuesday sacked its chief executive officer and one of India's best-known IT executives Phaneesh Murthy for not disclosing to the company his relationship with a subordinate employee, after probing a sexual harassment complaint against him. Manoj Gairola
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