Infosys returns back to offices with 5% of its staff

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Infosys has formed a new Committee of the Board focused on ESG
The ESG Committee will meet periodically and guide the Board in discharging its oversight responsibility on matters related to organization-wide ESG initiatives, priorities, and leading ESG practices.

Bengaluru-based information technology (IT) major Infosys Ltd is reopening its offices in a staggered manner, with necessary precautions like temperature checks, sanitized office vehicles, alternate seating arrangements in official transport, & compulsory masks, etc.

Infosys confirmed in a tweeted on 7 May “As lockdowns begin to ease across India, our CEO Salil Parekh, along with a few Infoscions, get back to our campuses that are equipped and prepared for the ‘new normal’,”

Parekh has resumed work from the firm’s Electronic City headquarters in Bengaluru. It is also confirmed in another tweet that operations also resumed at Infosys Bhubaneswar office.

An Infosys spokesperson said that the pictures on Twitter are “self-explanatory” on the precautionary measures taken. 

According to Livemint, In the first phase of resuming operations, only about 5% of the company’s workforce, led by their chief executive, is returning to work. With 2, 42,371 employees, this translates to a little over 12,000 employees who will be working from the office.

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