Wipro chairman Rishad Premji took to social media on Sunday to announce the resumption of work at the company’s offices after 18 months due to the Covid-19 situation.
“After 18 long months, our leaders are coming back to the office twice a week starting tomorrow (Monday). All fully vaccinated, all ready to go – safe and socially distancing! We will be monitoring this closely,” he said in a tweet. (Also Read: Realme 8s 5G goes on sale for the first time today, check the price, specs and other details)
Premji also released a short 59-second video showing how well the campus is ready to welcome its employees and how their safety is ensured at multiple checkpoints through temperature checks and QR scans. (Also read: iPhone 13 Pro has maximum storage ever of 1TB: report)
Wipro’s annual report stated that the company had activated its business continuity plans to enable rapid remote work when the pandemic broke out, and that less than three percent of the global workforce worked in the office.
“We have become well established in this new way of working and have continued to make our customers successful. We enjoy their trust and I have no doubt that a hybrid model could be the way we work in the future,” he said. Premji in the report.