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Viral video: HDFC suspends its senior employee for abusing junior colleagues during online meet, twitterati initiates debate on toxic work culture

The man was seen losing his cool on his co-workers for not selling enough banking products and insurance policies

Viral video: HDFC suspends its senior employee for abusing junior colleagues during online meet, twitterati initiates debate on toxic work culture

Video grab of HDFC bank senior employee shouting at his juniors during online meet.



Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, June 6

HDFC Bank on Monday sacked its senior employee after latter’s video of shouting at his juniors on a video call during an internal meeting went viral on social media.

The man was seen losing his cool on his co-workers for not selling enough banking products and insurance policies. He could be seen yelling at them in Bengali.

The video was shared by a Twitter user, Sara, who tagged HDFC bank and demanded action against Pushpal Roy for his ‘unprofessional’ and ‘demoralising’ act.

Acting swiftly over the complaint, the bank suspended its employee for his unruly behavior. HDFC Service Manager, Ajay, on behalf of the bank laid out a tweet in this regard.

Hi Sara, this bears reference to a recent social media report. Basis a preliminary enquiry in the matter, the concerned employee has been suspended and a detailed investigation has been initiated which will be undertaken as per Conduct guidelines of the Bank. We at HDFC Bank have a zero tolerance policy for any form of misconduct at the workplace and firmly believe in treating all our employees with dignity and respect. - Ajay, Service Manager

Meanwhile, several users fuelled a conversation on toxic workplace culture over the video.

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