As the Omicron worry looms big in the country, an IT company will continue to work from home.
TCS and other IT company will continue work from home ?
Most businesses are now taking a wait-and-see approach as they consider the expansion of Omicron and its potential for harm.
Most businesses are now taking a wait-and-see approach as they assess Omicron’s and its New Delhi: As the Omicron scare looms large in the country, IT behemoths like TCS, Infosys, and HCL Technologies are rethinking their decision to summon their employees back to work, according to a financial daily article.
TCS and Wipro are apparently considering a 10% staff reporting from the office setup, contrary to their previous objectives, according to an ET storey. As the coronavirus pandemic and the spread of the Omicron strain undermine their newest return-to-office plans, many corporations are also experimenting with the concept of different permanent work models for their staff. Possibility of injury
Most companies are now taking a wait-and-see stance as they weigh the spread of Omicron and its potential harmfulness. IT behemoth Infosys is reportedly taking a “cautious approach,” as most companies are now taking a wait-and-see stance as they weigh the spread of Omicron and its potential harmfulness.
According to Union Health Ministry data updated on Friday, India recorded 122 instances of the Omicron form of coronavirus in a 24-hour period, the greatest number so far, bringing the total number of cases in the country to 358, with 114 of them recovering or migrating. It revealed that 358 Omicron Covid variant instances have been discovered so far in 17 states and union territories.
Maharashtra has the most cases of the Omicron variety, with 88, followed by Delhi with 67, Telangana with 38, Tamil Nadu with 34, Karnataka with 31 and Gujarat with 30.
India recorded 6,650 new coronavirus infections, bringing the total number of cases to 3,47,72,626, according to ministry data updated at 8 a.m.