25,000  TCS Employees Left

25,000  TCS Employees Left

Before Getting Identity Cards in the Last Year Hiring

Before Getting Identity Cards in the Last Year Hiring

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is ending its work from home (WFH) culture. After November, TCS is expected to prohibit WFH. It is not just TCS, but most tech companies are eventually calling back their employees after providing WFH facilities for the last few years.

In response to the need for employees to return to work, TCS CEO N Ganapathy Subramaniam said, "We hired approximately 100,000 people last year.

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In response to the need for employees to return to work, TCS CEO N Ganapathy Subramaniam said, "We hired approximately 100,000 people last year.". A little over 25,000 of these employees joined TCS remotely, without receiving ID cards or visiting an office, and leave this year. That saddens me.

As a result of being able to see someone on the screen, they would have valued TCS much more if they had met face-to-face rather than working remotely.

At the India@100 Summit, Subramaniam was speaking in a session moderated by Business Today's Sourav Majumdar. The TCS COO, however, praised employees' efforts during WFH, saying, "There were times when 99 to 100 percent of employees worked remotely." About 6-7 months ago,)’.

I met someone in an airport lounge who asked how I made a $1 billion profit in this quarter without anyone coming to work. You’re excited about it, and you have to share it with them (employees

About 20 to 25% of the company's total workforce has returned to work. In response to new technological trends, he stated, ‘Everything we do will have to be constantly reimagined, which we are doing.

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