TCS Mandates Employees to Spend at Least Three Days Per Week in the Office

TCS Mandates Employees

The largest IT services provider in India, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), is requiring all of its staff to return to work three days a week. Teams will have to determine which three days would work best for them by working with their team leaders and the human resources team.

As part of our return to office effort, all TCSers are expected to work from the office at least three days each week, according to an email that was sent to staff over the past two days and that Business Standard has seen.

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The email also mentioned that after talking with each employee and his or her team leader or manager, a roster will be made for each employee. In the email, it was said that “your respective supervisors will now roster you to work from the TCS office and you will receive the information on the same.” Additionally, it said that rostering must be followed.

The 25×25 concept was first announced by TCS CEO Rajesh Gopinathan in May 2020. According to this concept, the corporation set a goal to get 25% of its employees back at work by 2025. Tata also wishes to extend a warm welcome to new members who joined after 2020 but have never physically visited the workplace. TCS stated in the message that “this will also be an occasion to welcome a considerable number of our new colleagues, who have joined us over the last two years and the majority of whom have not yet been in a TCS office.”

Senior executives above the C4 band have been attending work for at least five days a week, according to sources with knowledge of the situation. The majority of the company’s employees, who fall within the C1-C4 band, were the recipients of this email notification.

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