The respective managers will prepare a list to inform employees of their working days, insiders said.
The Tata group company sent an internal email about the development earlier this month.
TCS has not issued an effective date of implementation of the new guidelines, the sources added.
“We are moving gradually to bring our associates back to the office. This is in line with our vision of moving to the 25 * 25 model, “the company told ET, in response to specific questions. He did not provide further details.
Most IT company employees have worked from home, while fewer than 10 percent of staff working on mission-critical projects have returned to physical locations.
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Since the WFH option was introduced following the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, IT companies have faced issues of high attrition, moonlighting and a talent crisis.
TCS had announced a new 25/25 model in 2021, to be implemented by 2025 whereby only a quarter of the company’s half million employees would be required to work from the office at any given time and would spend only a quarter of their own. time in the office.
However, the company wants all employees to return to the office before gradually transitioning to the new model.
According to the company, remote working cannot be the only employment arrangement.
“Customers have started visiting our offices and labs, and while we see young people’s views on flexibility, we also need to consider customer requirements, choices, compliance risks and regulations,” said N Ganapathy Subramaniam. TCS chief operating officer. “Our view is that we can’t have new members who don’t see a TCS office or interact with role models as mentors. Remote working as the only goal will lead to a very transactional experience which is not in the interest of the organization or these young professionals, as they will miss the opportunity to achieve holistic career growth, “he told ET at the beginning of this week.
No more than 20 percent of TCS employees returned to work from the office, ET reported earlier this week.