Infosys Will Order 15% Staff To Work From Office; 10% Wipro Staff Will Return To Office
Leading IT organization, Wipro, has announced that they will be restarting their offices in a phased manner, and about 10% of the staff will be working from the office now.
Another India based IT giant, Infosys, has also announced that 15% of the staff will be resuming work and returning to the office this week itself.
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Wipro Restarts Its Operations In A Phased Manner; 10% Of Staff To Work From Office
Wipro chief human resources officer Saurabh Govil has confirmed the news that the staff will be coming to the office in a phased manner. 10% of the workforce will be allowed to work from campuses/client locations.
Govil said, “Most of the employees will continue to work from home. During the initial phase, we expect only 10 percent of our workforce to return to work at our facilities. These would primarily be those who are engaged in projects that haven’t received approval for work from home from the customers.”
He has assured that the offices will remain operational and safe for those who will be working there. A lot of safety measures will be implemented, including thermal screening using non-invasive/contact-less infrared thermometers, sanitizer dispensers on each floor, etc.
Social distancing will also be followed strictly so that there is a check on the spreading of the coronavirus disease.
Infosys To Resume Operations With 15% Staff Returning To Office This Week
Bengaluru based Infosys Ltd will also be restarting its operations that have been suspended due to the lockdown and the Coronavirus pandemic. They will be restarting their offices in phases, wherein, 15% of the workforce will be returning to the offices.
This means that roughly 36,350 employees, of the 242,371 total workforce at Infosys, will be returning to work.
As per reports, Infosys has already reopened all its offices in all the locations. However, as revealed by Krish Shankar, executive vice president and group human resource head of Infosys, only 5% of the employees are working in the first phase.
Infosys has also assured that they will be implementing all the necessary safety measures so that the offices are safe and secure to resume work.