Wednesday, September 29, 2021
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Make your home office space cozy

A long-term home office should ideally be a separate space in your house that is properly outfitted for work

People turn to pets for positivity in pandemic

On National Pet Day, pet parents share how their fur babies are helping them in these WFH times

Women perceived as less productive while working from home: Report

It further added that more than 40 per cent companies are still following rudimentary forms of work from home.

WFH norm creates tax challenges for SEZs

The pandemic-induced WFH has created doubts over continuation of income tax holiday extended to IT and ITeS units operation from Special Economic Zones (SEZ).

Many IT firms in Hyderabad keen on return to office by mid-2021

Shifting gears from a previous survey wherein 50% of Hyderabad IT companies were looking at 90-100% WFH, now more than 50% of companies are looking at 40% WFO by June 2021

Frauds galore in the name of ‘Work From Home’

People are fooled into paying to start a business or being tricked into completing work for which they are not paid

‘Work From Home’ euphoria fading away

From a blessing just a few months ago to a bane now, work from home — though has some advantages — testing techies’ patience

Indians ‘optimistic but cautious’ about plans for 2021

49 per cent chose domestic holidays in 2021 and 49 per cent prefer receiving an experience over a product as a gift.

Desk shortage forces people to get creative about workspaces

People are turning old furnitures into work areas

Delight for some, dismay for others

The old normal has given way to the new and WFH, an acronym that was born in the lockdown and quickly became part of everyday lexicon, is here to stay, at least for the foreseeable future.

Work-from-home relaxation for IT firms now till Dec 31

The government had first relaxed the norms till April and later extended it till July 31.

Is WFH a sustainable work format?

A novel concept to most non-IT employees, it makes one wonder if the new normal would prove fruitful in the long run

WFH helping strengthen family ties: Survey

The survey, which took 500 samples in 150 projects over a month, also said about 57 per cent of them are not keen on an onsite opportunity at this point due to the fear of coronavirus.

Telecom buzzes again

A flush of foreign investments, and the telecom sector is back in business after a painful churning

Co-working to revive fast

Experts indicate that though the coming quarters could pose challenges, flexibility and cost advantage will favour its growth

Experts bat for work from home policy

Hyderabad: With the government easing rules for work from home policy for IT, IT-enabled services and Other Service Providers (OSP) like Business Process Outsourcing,...

‘Organisations need to relook at goals’

OKR provides a framework for companies under which they can set goals for themselves which include focusing on current action to be taken, aligning goals with larger objectives, tracking commitments of employees and stretching the performance

‘Co-working will need to be redesigned’

According to Manas Mehrotra, chairman, 315Work Avenue, many businesses will now provide more flexibility to their employees than ever before.

‘IT industry is resilient’

STPI offers a wide range of services to the Indian IT industry including statutory, datacom and incubation services among others

Work from home changed sleep schedule of 67 per cent Indians: Survey

The study by Bengaluru-based sleep solutions startup suggests that while the current lockdown has given many the opportunity to work-from-home and try their hand at household works, it has however impacted the sleep patterns of many.

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