KK!HRVery sad incident. This is the situation even though it is work from home. Many career-conscious executives are unable to spare any time for their families and due to lockdown condition, there is hardly any social avenue available to vent out their feelings. Things have escalated to such a level that the fights became common and finally there is loss of life. Who is to be blamed now? I think many owe responsibility and the HR has to give a lot of thought on improving the situation. With the lockdown, there is seamless working and many with international clients find the stretch of working hours unbearable.
All sympathies to the hapless children and the poor family
From India, Mumbai
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