India bans 59 Chinese apps including TikTok, Like, Uc News

  • These app companies employ people for various functions including marketing-sales, content management, data analysis, product development.
  • The hiring firm said that employee resumes have started coming in from these companies.

 India bans 59 Chinese apps including TikTok, Like, Uc News

The Hindu Explains | What will be the impact of Chinese apps ban in India? 

After the ban of 59 Chinese apps in India, the job of about 3500 employees working in these apps companies is unsafe. These employees work in a Chinese apps company. However, there will not be immediate layoffs, but if the ban goes on for a long time, there may be a risk of losing the job.


Employees in search of a new job after the ban



According to a hiring firm, the resumes of employees of many Chinese app companies have started appearing. Since the news of Bain, resumes of employees working in Chinese app companies are being received continuously. If the hiring firm is to be believed, the fear of getting a job is natural among these employees. In such a situation, they have started searching for a new job.


Companies will think of hiring only after next quarter



According to the hiring firm, digital profiles are currently in demand. In such a situation, it is difficult for everyone to switch at this time. The market is going through a very difficult phase at this time. A large number of people are looking for jobs. In such a situation, problems may arise for them. Due to the current crisis, most companies can think of hiring only after the next quarter.


ByteDance was going to have a workforce of 3000



Tittok's parent company ByteDance has 2000 Indian employees. Mostly there are employees in apps company such as Halo, UC Browser, UC News, Shareite, Club Factory, Sheen and Likey. These include employees related to function, marketing, sales, content management, data analysis, HR, talent acquisition, strategy and growth, and product development.


According to a senior Bytdance official, the company employs a total of 2000 employees. By this year the company was going to have a workforce of 3000. However, in these two days, we have decided to keep that plan slow. Employees have been advised not to leave the job. They have been told that there is no threat to the job. Neither will go to any job nor will there be retrenchment.

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