Since the onset of the Covid pandemic in 2020, the IT industry has seamlessly embraced the work from home model.
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Working from home for a number of employees is likely to end as several companies, including information technology (IT) giants, plan to recall their staff to offices on a staggered basis.
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Since the onset of the Covid pandemic in 2020, the IT industry has seamlessly embraced the work from home model. However, IT majors such as Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Wipro, Cognizant and Infosys plan to gradually resume work in office mode, according to the ET Now digital report.
Wipro has asked senior executives to report to the office by March, although initially it will be two days a week.
Cognizant expects to start office operations by April.
Although the hybrid working model may remain, Infosys plans to open offices for a large number of employees over the next three to four months.
In accordance with TCS’ remote working policy, its associates must work from the base location.
In the United States, tech giant Microsoft has announced plans to reopen its offices from February 28.
LG India, German wholesaler Metro Cash and Carry India and Godrej & Boyce plan to review office footfall.
Meanwhile, Sun Pharma, Dabur, Parle and Panasonic have already recalled their workforces.
Companies like Flipkart, Tata Steel, PepsiCo, Axis Bank, RPG Group, Vedanta and Puma will continue with flexible options.
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