A news report said that said that most Microsoft employees are still at home as the health crisis drags on, and the company doesn't expect to reopen its US offices until January of next year.
In the new WFH environment, marked by sudden spike in collaboration needs, enterprises seek to build agility to resolve them.
Similarly, 80 per cent of the companies have said employee productivity was 75 per cent while almost all large companies reported productivity of 90 per cent.
With many IT companies having declared that employees can take Work from home option till December 31, 2020 and tourism sector warming up, some city techies are heading for the hills.
It’s not uncommon for companies to face unanticipated crises. Covid-19 is just one in the long list of catastrophes the workforce has faced from time to time.
Now people have realized the real difference between ‘need’ and ‘want’.
The concept of WFH is something that everyone has gotten used to and is likely to be a future that employees even opt for.
COVID-19 has confined us at our homes for almost four months, now. Most of us have become enslaved to our screens – mobiles, laptops and TV.
Children are turning into chefs, hoping to make it big in the commercial space. The lockdown has brought families and hobbies together. The orders keep coming.
The company has brought three new 'work-from-home' top-up plans that are available at the denominations of Rs 151 (30 GB), Rs 201 (40 GB) and Rs 251 (50 GB).
Facebook will open most of its office from July 6 saying the social networking giant is in the process of determining which employees will be asked to return to the office.
The report revealed that it has become harder for workers to separate work and personal activity, especially when it comes to IT.
One of the reasons why some IT companies are not able to offer WFH for their employees is that they cannot cope up with hardware and software demand that this situation has brought up.
All training, HRD programmes, conferences among others have been postponed till further notice.