The government has extended the ‘work from home’ facility for IT and BPO companies till December 31
The government on Tuesday issued instructions in this regard
The deadline to work from home was July 31
The central government has extended the deadline for work-from-home for other service providers (OSPs), including IT companies and business service outsourcing (BPO), to December 31 in view of the growing number of cases of corona. The government issued instructions in this regard on Tuesday. The deadline to work from home was July 31.
The Department of Telecom said in a tweet that “the Department of Telecom has extended the waiver of terms and conditions for service operators to 31 December 2020 to facilitate working from home in view of the concerns caused by Covid-19.” Currently, about 85% of employees of IT companies are working from home and only those employees who cannot work from home are going to the office.
The number of corona patients is constantly increasing
The number of corona patients in the country has crossed 11 lakh 94 thousand 85. More than 35,000 cases were reported on Tuesday for the fourth day in a row. 39 thousand 172 new active cases have been reported in the last 24 hours. A total of 671 patients died in the country on Tuesday.
82 percent of employees are missing the office
People who have been working from home for the last three months due to Koro’s epidemic Kovid-19 now want to go to the office. Those people say they are missing the office. This information has come across an interesting survey. According to JLL’s Asia Pacific report Home and Away the New Hybrid Workplace, most employees now want to go to the office and work. According to 82 percent of employees surveyed, they are missing out on office work.