Infosys Founder Narayana Murthy Wants Employees Back In Office As WFH ‘Doesn’t Work In India’
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Ever since the covid-19 pandemic invaded India, several companies instructed their employees to work from home in a bid to keep their businesses running while keeping them safe.
Now, after almost two years of the fatal pandemic, people like Infosys co-founder Narayana Murthy want their employees to come back to the office who were well adjusted to the long WFH culture.
“I am not a great fan of work from home at all,” the IT veteran said during a summit. “When people work from home, that institutional culture will slowly become weaker and weaker,” Deccan Herald quoted him as saying.
Murthy said that WFH doesn’t work in countries in India as they live in ‘multi-generational households’, ‘have poor Internet bandwidth’, and ‘do not have a separate room to convert into a home office’.