Byju’s employee Akansha Khemka from Kolkata has burst into tears in a video message company is forcing her to resign and threatening to withhold her salary beyond August 1.
She has been seeking support from the government for saving employees from a ‘toxic‘ work culture.
Akansha Khemka has recently shared a LinkedIn Post saying, “I want support from the government please help me out and give justice to me in this crucial situation. Please help me out.”
“If there is no way out after this post then I have to end my life. there is no option left as I will not get my salary on 1st August If I opt for involuntary exit. I don’t have any money to survive and I request all LinkedIn family members to share the video as much as you can”, the post added.
“I request our government please help me and other employees from this toxic work culture. Byjus is doing fraud from all sides including employees and customers. I WANT JUSTICE, KINDLY DO THE NEEDFUL”, the post further said.
“Pls help me plz I want justice if they don’t pay my dues I don’t have single money to be alive help me #byjus #divyagokulnath #linkedin #pmo Help me how will I pay my EMI on 1 August I m fully depressed please help me they are doing totally fraud plz stop them if I can’t pay my loans I have to end my life my all money sticks bt byjus they are doing totally scam with everyone plz stop them”, the post concluded.
This follows when recently another video was circulating by Twitter and LinkedIn users showing a heated conversation between employees at BYJU’s office.
Female staff was heard saying in the video that I am screaming because I am going mad. The conversion is between a female employee and a senior official over an incentive-related issue.