Indian IT company Infosys is ending work from home for its employees and asking them to report back to the office but in a phase manner. Infy has devise a three-phased work from office plan for the transition.
This comes after CEO Salil Parekh last month said Infosys will continue with its flexible approach with respect to employees working from home.
Infosys has inform its employees about a three-phase work from office plan in an internal communication.
Krishnamurthy Shankar, Executive Vice President and Group Head of HR Development, said that their approach will allow flexibility to employees and is not a “one size-fits-all approach”.
Krishnamurthy Shankar Said :
In the first phase, employees can come to the office twice a week based on their convenience.
As part of the second phase, employees will have the liberty to either take a transfer or relocate to a branch office of their choice.
The final and third phase will entail Infosys using the feedback from both the phases to determine its hybrid-work policy.
In Infosys’ India offices, there are about 45,000 employees in the office at any given time, Salil Parekh had said last month.
Salil Parekh Said :
Salil Parekh adds that this number was gradually increasing.
India’s largest IT services company TCS had in September sent an email to its employees saying it is mandatory for all to work from office at least three days a week.
Managers will create a roster, and adhering to the roster is mandatory, the TCS had said.
A few days after TCS, Wipro also ask its staff to work from the office on at least three days a week starting from 10th October 2022.
This was after the IT company had terminate the services of 300 employees after they were found moonlighting for a rival firm.