Wipro to get back employees to offices from September onwards
Indian IT major Wipro is likely to bring employees slowly back to work from September as vaccination gains pace, depending on the pandemic and third wave, said Saurabh Govil, chief human resources officer, Wipro. This will vary between country by country and different stages of the pandemic," he said. "This will not be one size fits all," Govil added. Chairman Rishad Premji during the company's 75th annual general meeting on July 14, said that close to 55 percent of the employees in India have been vaccinated. However, he did not specify if they are first doses or both.
The company has 2 lakh employees currently.
The company reported $2.41 billion in revenues for the quarter ending June 30, 2021, up 12.2 percent sequentially.
As Infosys accelerates the pace of vaccination for its employees, it may see 20-30 percent of the workforce coming to office over the next six months, if the impact of the subsequent wave is minimal.
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