‘Daily Disguised Bets’, Ashneer Grover is brutally trolled by netizens | Corporate News

New Delhi- Two years after the Covid-19 attack, companies are starting to get louder. But since some time important faces are being trolled because of the statement made to them. Ashneer Grover, the former CEO of BharatPe, is the latest individual to join the debate over work culture and the workplace, which has been in the news for the past several days.

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Grover drew attention to himself this time for his words about recruitment and enlistment in India, a topic of discussion following the remarks of the CEO of the Bombay Barbershop. This kind of controversial statement is a popular topic over the past few days.

Not long ago, Shantanu Deshpande, CEO of Bombay Shaving Company, received fierce teasing to urge new students to let go of their expectations of maintaining a work-life balance. He even said that people should be prepared to spend 18 hours a week for the first few years of their careers.

In fact, it all started when Prashant Pitti, co-founder of EaseMyTrip, wrote a post on his Twitter account. A screenshot of Petty’s exchange with a potential employee who has suddenly withdrawn from consideration for a job with his company appeared.

Grover posted a comment on the page in which he described paid workers as “disguised daily bets”. “In India, there is no such thing as a contract; neither you nor the other party will prosecute the other because of the broken and costly judicial system. So, in India, ‘ek haath le doosre haath de’,” the commentator added.

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Netizens did not underestimate the Shark Tank judge’s comment at all. While some criticized it for being toxic, others expressed shock at the way Grover sees those who put so much effort into an organization. Many also emphasized how awful it is to put together all the hardworking employees and generalize the work they do.

After that, netizens flooded Twitter with the comments. One user said, β€œThe problem is the mentality of people like Ashner. Treat them like a daily bet and they will act and give results as you would daily bets.”

Not long ago, Shantanu Deshpande, CEO of Bombay Shaving Company, received fierce teasing to urge new students to let go of their expectations of maintaining a work-life balance. He even said that people should be prepared to spend 18 hours a week for the first few years of their careers.

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