After a long gap of 18 months, one of the leading IT firms, Wipro is all set to call back its employees to the offices!
With this, the third-largest tech company in India, reportedly became the first IT firm to publicly announce the return of some of its senior employees to office.
Taking to Twitter, Wipro Chairman, Rishad Premji informed that the company's leadership would resume work from office, twice a week, starting from Monday (September 13).
The Chairman of Wipro said that all of them are fully vaccinated and ready to join office. Premji also shared a video showing how the company arranged COVID-19-related safety protocols and how well the company is ready to welcome its staff. From temperature checks to QR scans at multiple checkpoints on Wipro office campus, the company said that employee safety has been ensured.
However, in a separate statement, Wipro also informed that all other employees working from home will continue till October 31 this year.
In 2020, when the deadly coronavirus hit India, almost all the IT companies adopted the work from home concept to slow down the spread of the virus.
Though, the COVID-19 Pandemic is not over yet, the number of cases being reported in the country has gone down substantially.
And, as a large chunk of population is now vaccinated, many corporations are asking their employees to return to office.
Other big corporations such as TCS, Infosys are also reportedly planning to call back some of their employees to start working from office.
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Published: Sanchita Mondal
Last updated: 14 September 2021, 01:40 PM IST
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