Company faces backlash for allegedly ‘locking’ employees inside office, video sparks outrage

In a video that has generated much criticism online, a security guard reportedly locked the office doors to prevent employees from leaving without authorization. Watch the viral video here.

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Video: Company allegedly ‘locks’ employees inside office

Indian edtech founders are now literally locking up their employees. Get out of this country. Nowhere else would anyone dare to achieve something like this. pic.twitter.com/zTFuN6vDCm

—Ravi Handa (@ravihanda) June 3, 2023

The video was shared on Twitter by edtech entrepreneur Ravi Handa, who can be heard discussing what’s going on with the vigilante. The watchman on the video said that one of the supervisors had told him to stop allowing staff members to leave the workplace without his consent.

The already widely shared video has angered many people online, according to reports.

“Indian edtech founders are now literally locking up their employees. Get out of this country. Nowhere else would anyone dare to achieve something like this,” Handa wrote as he shared the video. The company name is ‘Coding Ninjas’.

In addition, Handa uploaded the company’s official statement, in which he clarifies that the “unfortunate” action of an employee caused the situation to occur. The firm went on to say that it was fixed immediately.

The company is Coding Ninjas. The founder is Ankush Singla (IIT D + Stanford) The video was shared by Himanshu Atal on LinkedIn.

—Ravi Handa (@ravihanda) June 3, 2023

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“We want to make it clear that the situation two weeks ago originated from the unfortunate conduct of a worker in one of our workplaces. The situation was quickly resolved after the employee admitted his mistake and apologized for the inconvenience caused by his actions. .”

The founders personally apologized to all employees for the situation and expressed their regret, according to the statement.

internet was angry

However, the video angered many online. One man wrote: “I used a cowork in Delhi where by the way the Byjus sales team was present. Other than locking the team in, it was exactly the same.”

I used a cowork in Delhi where Byjus sales team was present by the way. Apart from locking down the team, it was exactly the same

— Sumit Sharma (@Sumitkrsharma) June 3, 2023

“Although it’s not worth answering, but I can’t resist asking. What does this incident have to do with ‘the country’?” wrote another.

Although it is not worth answering, but I can’t resist asking. What does this incident have to do with “the country”?

—Rohit Parek. रोहित पारीक (@imrohitpareek) June 3, 2023

“Is this allowed? What happens in case of fire or medical emergency? This is reminiscent of the terrible tragedy in Uphaar,” added another.

Is this allowed? What happens in case of fire or medical emergency? This is reminiscent of the terrible tragedy of Uphaar.

— Vikrama Dhiman (@vikramadhiman) June 3, 2023

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