Work From Home Is Ending at TCS; Employees Must Attend Office Three Times A Week
With many information technology organisations switching to a hybrid approach, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has requested its workers to work in the office at least three days per week, ending the complete work-from-home policy implemented in response to the epidemic.
TCS reported that its senior workers have already begun working from the office and that clients are also coming into the TCS headquarters in an email issued to employees.
It also specifies that managers will create a roster and that staff members must spend at least three days a week working from the office.
“Rostering compliance is required, and it will be monitored. If there is any violation, it will be severely considered, and administrative sanctions may be implemented “read the email
A TCS spokeswoman discussed the new mandate and said that it is in keeping with the company’s “goal to migrate to 25X25 model” and that they are working in phases to get the staff back to the office.
The model predicts that at any one time, no more than 25% of TCS employees will need to work from the office. By 2025, it is anticipated to be put into practise.
Employees are urged to get in touch with their managers to learn about the preparations made for their projects in accordance with the new working plan, although they have not yet been assigned a deadline to return to the office.
According to TCS, a phased shift from Secure Borderless Workspaces (SBWS), which allows the majority of its employees to work from home on some days of the week, to a more hybrid model has begun.
The company noted that in order to make this shift easier, it has improved its internal procedures.
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