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!
Wipro “leaders” started returning to the office from September 13 twice a week, Chairman Rishad Premji said.
“After 18 long months, our leaders @Wipro are coming back to the office starting tomorrow (twice a week). All fully vaccinated, all ready to go – safely and socially distanced,” Premji said in a tweet.
After 18 long months, our leaders @Wipro are coming back to the office starting tomorrow (twice a week). All fully vaccinated, all ready to go – safely and socially distanced! We will watch this closely. pic.twitter.com/U8YDs2Rsyo
— Rishad Premji (@RishadPremji) September 12, 2021
He shared a video about the COVID-related safety measures at the Wipro office, which includes temperature checks and QR code scans.
Tech-giant Apple is also gearing up to open its offices for employees from this month in hybrid style, reports News18. The company said its employees need to work for three days from the office. Apple CEO Tim Cook had already proposed the model back in June 2021.
TCS and Infosys
Its peers — TCS and Infosys too are looking to get employees back to work. UB Pravin Rao, COO, Infosys, said that it may see 20-30 percent of the workforce coming to office over the next six months if the impact of the subsequent wave is minimal.