News: India's central bank offers its officers flexible work timings

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India's central bank offers its officers flexible work timings

Ever since Marissa Mayer, CEO Yahoo, called employees working from home back to office; the very concept of work from home has become a subject of debate. While a few support her idea, there are others who do not endorse Mayer’s stand against working from home. Back home in India, while many companies and banks in the private sector already follow flexi-time policy, which also serves as a retention tool, the practice has found a key taker in a very important institute of the country — the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The new scheme is valid for officers from grade B, the base rung, to grade F, the highest level across India. Going by RBI's latest annual report, a little over 3,000 officers will be entitled to its flexi-timing system.

Ever since Marissa Mayer, CEO Yahoo, called employees working from home back to office; the very concept of work from home has become a subject of debate. While a few support her idea, there are others who do not endorse Mayer’s stand against working from home. Back home in India, while many companies and banks in the private sector already follow flexi-time policy, which also serves as a retention tool, the practice has found a key taker in a very important institute of the country — the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). The new scheme is valid for officers from grade B, the base rung, to grade F, the highest level across India. Going by RBI's latest annual report, a little over 3,000 officers will be entitled to its flexi-timing system.

Source: The Economic Times

 

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