“We have reduced the time period for improving the skills. Earlier, if an employee would show even a small improvement, we would give extension of a few more months. Henceforth, that will not be done," said Ajoy Mukherjee, vice-president and head, Global Human Resources.
The country also said that it will consider an employee's performance for the past three years so as to maintain stability. Though the company added about 22,000 trainees in fiscal year 2009, it had managed to reduce its employee cost by Rs 121 crore.