New Hybrid Work Model For These IT Employees: 15 Days In Office Every 180 Days
Who knew coronavirus disease(Covid-19) an epidemic could become a global pandemic! When you talk about normal people, people hardly believed that they could be infected.
The government had to put up with lockdown and restrictions to tackle the spread of the virus. Almost everything was at a loss as the spread had left economies and businesses stranded.
IT businesses Are Mass-Vaccinating Their Employees!
Many IT businesses are mass-vaccinating their personnel to ensure that they are protected from Covid, while also preparing them to return to work once the situation gets back to normal, or the pandemic’s impact is reduced.
Most MNC employees have already received their first round of vaccination, and some have also completed their second dosage.
Many corporations planned to reopen offices in full force at the moment, but with the second wave striking and more lockdowns being announced, these plans had to be postponed for a long period.
Work From Home Offices
New Hybrid Work Model
The Smallcase has announced a 90 per cent work-from-home option for all of its employees.
Every six months, the workers will be required to come to the office for 15 working days, for a total of 30 working days per year. These 15 days do not have to be consecutive.
Employees are also entitled to a 25,000 INR remote working allowance. The new policy will go into force right away.
“A company’s work culture is its overall personality. The type of company culture you nurture in your office has an integral role to play in your business’s success. It’s a combination of a variety of elements that create an intangible ecosystem where people can work to the best of their capabilities and creative skills. Value, ethics, expectations, goals, workflow, task management, collaboration, feedback, and time management are some of the most essential elements that come together to create a positive, productive ambience where employees can make a mark on their performance. We are hoping this step will foster this new normalcy, and this is how it should be – employees first.”
Vasanth Kamath, CEO & Founder, smallcase