victor-rossWhy don’t large companies embrace remote working?
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Dinesh DivekarDear Victor-Ross,
You have made a sweeping statement that large companies do not follow WFH policy. The policy of allowing the employees to work from home depends on the industry, type of work etc. The companies are following a hybrid model, i.e., allowing a few employees to work from home and others from the office. Even those who attend the office work also work on a rotation basis.
The employees who work in a few departments of manufacturing companies or even service industries cannot work from home. Their presence in the office is an integral part of their business. In contrast, almost all the IT companies and a few companies have allowed their employees to work from home.
Data security is one more challenge to the WFH policy. The back offices of the BFSI sector are required to attend the office per force.
Therefore, the business requirements decide the policy on WFH and not the employee count or the revenue turnover.
From India, Bangalore