Paytm Lays Off Employees, Will Help Them Get Jobs  

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Paytm Lays Off Employees, Will Help Them Get Jobs  

| Updated: June 11, 2024 11:30

The company did not disclose the number of employees it is letting go

The fintech firm One97 Communications, owner of the Paytm brand, is laying off an undisclosed number of employees and claimed that it is providing outplacement support for their smooth transition, according to a company statement.

Paytm’s sales employee headcount in the March 2024 quarter dropped by about 3,500 to 36,521 personnel on a quarter-on-quarter basis, mainly due to the impact of the impact of the Reserve Bank of India’s ban on the services of Paytm Payments Bank.

“One97 Communications Limited (OCL) is providing outplacement support to employees who have resigned as a part of the restructuring efforts by the company. The company’s human resource teams are actively collaborating with over 30 companies that are currently hiring, and providing assistance to employees who have opted to share their information, facilitating their immediate outplacement,” the company said on Monday. 

Paytm did not disclose the number of employees impacted by the restructuring. “Paytm is also disbursing bonuses which were due to employees, ensuring fairness and transparency in the process,” the statement said.

Losses reported

Paytm has reported a loss of Rs 550 crore in January-March 2024, after  transactions related to its payments bank were banned.

The RBI had barred Paytm Payments Bank Limited (PPBL) from accepting deposits, credit transactions or top-ups in any customer accounts, wallets, and FASTags, keeping in view the interest of customers, including merchants, from March 15 onwards.

The company had posted a loss of Rs 167.5 crore in the same period a year ago. “As part of its FY24 earnings release, One97 Communications stated that it will be pruning its non-core business lines, and will continue its efforts to maintain a leaner organisation structure through AI-led interventions. The company has been actively working towards driving profitability, in line with its guidance,” the statement said.

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