News: Infosys gets creative to call employees back to the office, introduces THIS new policy

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Infosys gets creative to call employees back to the office, introduces THIS new policy

Employees will have flexibility to schedule and comply with the 10-day in-office work policy during these weeks.
Infosys gets creative to call employees back to the office, introduces THIS new policy

Infosys is launching "In-Person Collab" Weeks, enabling collaborative work among its employees, with the goal of expanding its business in the face of ongoing competitive growth pressures. 

This initiative is part of the company's return-to-office policies, encouraging employees involved in ENG-IoT (Engineering - Internet of Things) projects to commence working from the office for at least 10 days per month, if they have not already begun doing so. 

Infosys highlighted its focus on fostering productive teamwork and ideation through this initiative. The In-Person Collab Week is aligned with the company's return-to-office (RTO) guidance. Last year, Infosys implemented a hybrid work policy, requiring employees to work a minimum of 10 days per month or 30 days per quarter from the office, and this new initiative builds upon that framework. 

Additionally, the organisation is encouraging remote-working employees to plan their return and participate in the base development centres during the collab week. The exact number of employees partaking in the In-Person Collab Week is yet to be determined. 

While more specific details about the upcoming launch haven't been officially disclosed, reports suggest that it will designate at least six weeks per quarter for In-Person Collaboration Weeks. During these collaborative weeks, employees will have the flexibility to schedule and adhere to the 10-day in-office work policy. 

In other news, the company has recently entered a multi-year collaboration with Pacific International Lines (PIL). This partnership is aligned with PIL's strategic initiative to advance its 'Driving Connectivity' mission, aiming to interconnect its businesses across diverse markets. A key focus of this collaboration will be the revamp of PIL's web and mobile applications, with a goal to streamline the user experience and enhance customer engagement significantly.

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Topics: Culture, #HybridWorkplace, #HRTech, #HRCommunity, #RemoteWork

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