Wipro Employees Return to Office

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Wipro Ltd, a leading Indian IT company, has asked employees to return to office. This move comes after working remotely for nearly 20 months. Fully-vaccinated Wipro staff can now attend offices twice a week.

Wipro Chairman Rishad Premji made the announced the news on Twitter.,

“After 18 long months, our leaders @Wipro are coming back to the office starting tomorrow.  All fully vaccinated, all ready to go – safely and socially distanced! We will watch this closely”.

Rishad Premji, Chairman, Wipro

Wipro is following all Covid-19 safety protocols including temperature checks, QR code scans, etc. During the pandemic, less than 3% of the workforce worked from office as the company had taken care of its employees by allowing them to work remotely till it was safe to return. Rashid Premji has positive views about a hybrid model.

“We have settled well into this new way of working and have continued to make our customers successful. We enjoy their confidence, and I have no doubt that a hybrid model may well be how we work in the future”.

Rashid Premji, Chairman, Wipro

Wipro has a whopping 200,000 employees in India with offices and employees in many other countries as well.

“This will vary between countries and different stages of the pandemic. This will not be one size fits all.”

Saurabh Govil, Chief Human Resources Officer, Wipro

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