TCS CEO and MD Rajesh Gopinathan stated that the IT giant is considering bringing the top 50,000 senior workers to the office three times a week starting in April, and that the number of individuals returning to the office may be increased in a phased way in the future.
TCS has previously announced that by the end of 2021, it will urge its employees to join offices. Only 5% of the IT company’s employees operate from offices at the moment.
According to Moneycontrol, Gopinathan stated that by the middle of FY23, the firm would have 20% of workers working from offices and 80% working from home. Gopinathan went on to say that starting this month, the corporation will start calling senior colleagues three times a week.
“Then we will be continuously increasing the coverage of associates who will start coming back. We will take it gradually. So that the system can adjust to that shift and get to a stable point.”Rajesh Gopinathan, CEO and MD, TCS
By 2025, the 25/25 model will need no more than 25% of the company’s workers to work from the office at any one time, and no employee will need to spend more than 25% of their time in the office. The business noted in a statement that the ’25/25′ concept is an essential design aspect that will take a few years to mature.
According to the firm, hybrid models of work are here to stay which means that employees will have to work from the office for a period of time while also having the flexibility to work from home. TCS will prioritize employees’ safety, health, and well-being.
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