According to a Nasscom and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) research titled “Shaping the Future of Work in India’s Tech Industry,” over 80% of IT organizations and global capability centers (GCCs) are most likely to embrace a hybrid work model when compared to the rest of the industry categories.
“The pandemic has widespread ramifications on businesses across the globe, impacting the way they interact and operate. organizations have faced some of the major shifts, with remote/hybrid being the most distinct one. As we are on our way to normalcy, organizations should analyze the behaviour and choices of their employees and offer them the best of both offline and online working experiences. They should take a holistic approach and take into consideration the new working models and trends while designing the future of work structure”.Debjani Ghosh, President, Nasscom
Nitin Chandalia, managing director and partner, BCG India, spoke on the future of work, saying that the IT sector is on the verge of innovation, and that it is experimenting with new and inventive ideas to create the workplace of the future. Here’s what he said, as reported by Mint.
“The future model of work is not binary, and many variations are possible across a continuum. Organisations must create their own version of this future model as a critical component of a differentiated employee value proposition.”Nitin Chandalia, Managing Director, BCG India
Firms are not only looking at remote work models to recruit and retain highly trained employees across geographies, but they are also intending to modify their geographical footprint and move their attention to tier 2/3 towns. Companies are embracing novel labor arrangements, such as pay-on-demand models (gig workers/freelancers), in order to gain headway in attracting and keeping diverse talent pools.
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