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TCS HR head gives update on work from office numbers

Chief HR Officer of IT giant Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Milind Lakkad, said on Monday that one-third of the employees are coming to the office at least two times a week. He also said that employees are happy to come to the office, and this number will rise.

Lakkad said, “All our seniors are coming to office. The remaining staff – every project is rostering them. Today one third of our workspace is coming to office at least two times in a week. This number is going to increase and employees are happy to come to work.”

N Ganapathy Subramaniam, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director said: “This was another quarter of excellent execution that saw us delivering several transformational projects like the largest migration of 2.3 million policies to our TCS Insurance platform in one go in the UK, or the trading platform at the Gift City.”

He added, “Our delivery leadership congregated during the quarter and are raising the bar further on execution excellence with frameworks like Rigor in Transformation. We are pleased that our office facilities are becoming once again the place of buzz with more and more of our employees and clients celebrating togetherness to realize their full potential.”

According to the roster established by their supervisors, TCS mailed its employees last month informing them that they must work from the office at least three days a week. In addition, it was stated in the mail that failure to follow the instructions would result in administrative action.

The IT behemoth would switch to a new operating model in which just 25% of its workforce would be present at any given time under the TCS 25×25 plan. The plan will be introduced in a phased manner by 2025.

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