The decline in COVID-19 cases in India, the accelerating pace of vaccination, has collectively managed to boost the positive sentiment in the market as well as in the corporate world. With cases diving in, the corporate world is gearing up in full force to call the employees back to the office; it means the concept Work From Home ending in.
few days back, TCS CEO Rajesh Gopinathan announced that the company plans to bring 90 percent of its employees back to offices by the end of the year or early 2021. However, TCS announced by 2025, the company would allow 25 percent of its employees to work. Work from home under your 25*25 model. However, other IT firms like WiproInfosys is following the same path
According to a survey by Deloitte, an overwhelming majority of 84 per cent Indians feel that it is safe to return to their workplaces and Indians are showing a positive spending intention and a brighter outlook towards the future. The latest monthly analysis (Wave 220), from Deloitte’s Global State of Consumer Tracker, indicates an improvement in consumption in the country, aided by a declining number of COVID-19 cases and an improved vaccination campaign.
Apart from the IT giants like TCS, Wipro, Infosys, who have made their intention and model clear on how they plan to eliminate work from home, some important players in the banking and financial sector are also in the direction to bring their own significant share. working in. workforce back office. The big name on this list is Kotak Mahindra Bank, which plans to call 90 per cent of its employees to office by the end of this year, business daily Economic Times reported today.
Apart from Kotak Mahindra Bank, HDFC Bank, Axis Bank, Yes Bank, Deloitte are also planning to resume offices with 90 per cent workforce in the next few months. Private lender Kotak Mahindra clarified that the bank is preparing to bring back 90 per cent of the double immunized employees back to the office.
“As on date, all our offices are functioning on 100 per cent manpower as per the instructions issued by the respective state governments. We allowed pregnant mothers, female employees with children below 1 year of age, employees above 65 years of age, employees with co-morbidities and employees coming from any containment zones as defined by the authorities to continue working from home Renu Sood Karnad, managing director of HDFC Bank, is quoted as saying by Financial Daily.
IT giant Wipro noted that all doubly vaccinated people in top leadership positions start working from office in India. They have adopted a hybrid style of working with top leaders working twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays.