Lendingkart Fires One Fourth Of Its Employees
The firm has now joined the rundown of new businesses that have laid-off representatives because of disturbance in their business.
200 employees that are 30 per cent of the workforce is being fired from the Digital lending platform Lendingkart due to issue faced by them during COVID-19 lockdown.
Lendingkart gives guarantee free working capital credits running from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 40 lakh to independent companies and MSMEs, who have endured a hotshot during the current unsure time.
According to a media report, the company sent an email to its employees which quoted that ‘this current pandemic situation has a weakening effect on a smaller scale, little, and medium undertakings, where everything has arrived at a virtual stop. NBFCs have been essentially affected, with advance payment stopping and ban affecting assortments.’
Furthermore, the administration and authority group has additionally taken compensation cuts as the organization is in critical need to ration capital, included the report.
As per the Ahmedabad-based organization, these cutbacks were additionally a piece of its yearly examination cycle, for the most part trims the group by around 15-20 per cent relying upon their presentation. Be that as it may, this year extra right measuring has been attempted by the organization.
The improvement comes only a couple of days after Lendingkart had made sure about Rs 319 crore as a piece of its progressing Series D round drove by existing speculators Fullerton Financial Holdings and Bertelsmann India Investments, among others. Post distribution, the organization's assessed showcase.
Lendingkart has now joined the rundown of new businesses that have laid-off representatives because of disturbance in their business. Food-tech majors Swiggy and Zomato by and large cut more than 1600 positions while travel and cordiality firms, for example, Treebo, Fab, MakeMyTrip and TravelTriangle have terminated a huge lump of their workforce.
Lately, ride-flagging down taxi aggregators Ola and Uber have additionally laid off 2000 representatives by and large while Livspace and Sharechat have cut 15 per cent and 25 per cent of its all-out headcount separately.