The former managing director of SAP Labs India, Anirban Dey, whose resignation was announced on June 19, had allegedly sent anonymous e-mails to senior officials within the company raising certain human resources (HR)-related issues, police officials in Bangalore have told Financial Express.
Dey’s identity was revealed on a police investigation following a complaint by SAP Labs India on May 30, upon receiving spam mails from an anonymous person between December 2013 and April this year. The e-mails alleged that SAP Labs had not properly addressed an HR grievance within the company which included an assault within the premises.
According to the police, the e-mails sent under the name “slicitizen101'” to the SAP Respect At Work (RAW), an employee grievance cell, said, “Crime is physically beating an employee inside the SLI campus does not matter whether he is guilty or innocent. Are you saying that this crime did not happen at all? Are you saying that the investigation of this crime already happened?”
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