The company will adopt a hybrid work model as part of its return to office (RTO) efforts
As economies recover from COVID-19 induced pandemic, Reddy said at least five to 10 per cent of the workforce is not going to come back to the office full time.
Further, the survey found that the hybrid model would be cohesive and would allow employers to continue working in an environment they deem feasible.
According to the survey, 40% of the employees expect to work from office premises up to three days a week.
As people return to work after a long period of virtual interaction, they deal with awkward first impressions and the flawed pre-determined notions of their co-workers
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Most couples working in the IT sector do not want to opt for daycare or household helps as a replacement due to fear of the disease.
Moreover, the sector discounts the theory that companies find it more convenient if employees work from home, as they can save money on overheads.
Microsoft has pushed those dates back to October while Apple, Google, Facebook, Amazon and a growing list of others have already decided wait until next year.
Despite the hike from last year, the net leasing of office space in this quarter is 16 per cent lower than what it was in the January-March period.
Safely ensconced in their comfort zone for over a year now, they are loathe to return to life in a cubicle.
However, considering the social benefits of a demarcated office space, among other things, coworking spaces offering office-like work environments have gained traction of late.