Odishatv Bureau

Indian IT giant Infosys is ending work from home for its employees and urging them to come back to the office in a phased manner. 

The Bengaluru-headquartered firm has devised a three-pronged hybrid plan for the transition to the full-fledged reopening of office after the Covid pandemic crisis. Here is the detail.

In the first phase, employees are allowed to come to office twice a week based on their convenience. 

In the next phase, staff will have option to avail a transfer or relocate to any branch as per their wish. 

The last phase of the hybrid-work policy will be determined by the company using employee feedback from both phases.

According to the website of the IT major, it has offices in 247 locations in 54 different countries. At branches in India alone, the company has now about 45000 employees at any given time, as per the CEO of the company Salil Parekh. 

Notably, the country’s biggest IT services provider TCS has made it mandatory for its employees to come to the office at least three days a week from September. 

Similarly, another IT firm Wipro had also asked its staff to work from the office at least thrice a week.