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Three US citizens file discrimination case against TCS, says report

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Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has landed itself in another controversy as three US citizens from two different companies have sued the company alleging discrimination based on race and national origin and are seeking exemplary and punitive damages, reported Economic Times.

Three US citizens file discrimination case against TCS, says report
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has landed itself in another controversy as three US citizens from two different companies have sued the company alleging discrimination based on race and national origin and are seeking exemplary and punitive damages, reported Economic Times.
Darryl Stacy, Donald Stephen Bradley and Hesham Hafez have complained in the District Court of New Jersey accusing TCS of bringing employees on visas even they are trained US citizens and then discriminates when it hires locally by preferring Indians and South Asians.
This is the latest lawsuit filed against TCS and it comes at a crucial time when US president Donald Trump has increased scrutiny on the issuance of H1-B visas.
Stacy and Bradley worked for Southern California Edison, the primary electricity supply company in southern California, while Hafez worked at Royal Bank of Scotland in Connecticut.
TCS, however denied these allegations by terming them as baseless and said that it is ready to defend itself, reported Economic Times.