For the Economic Times, CIEL HR conducted a poll that revealed that, despite their best efforts, more than 50% of IT businesses are unable to call staff members back to the office. According to the poll, 30% of companies still let workers work from home.
A total of 40 organizations with a workforce of more than 900,000 employees participated in the poll.
The hybrid method of working, which merges working from an office with working from home, has previously been made public by TCS. It recently explained the 3Es (Enable, Embrace, and Empower) of its hybrid approach in a statement to the team. The business is currently primarily operated remotely.
For remote work, Infosys has a three-phase method. During the first stage of the programme, employees who reside close to development centres (DCs) or who work in upcountry communities next to DCs are urged to visit the office twice a week.
According to its Chief Financial Officer Nilanjan Roy, the corporation would urge people who are not in the DC towns to start making arrangements over the next months to see whether they may return to their base development centres in the second phase.
According to an HCL Technologies representative, one of the company’s main priorities is the safety and well-being of its employees and their families.
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