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IT Employee Union With 11,000 Members Demand 100% Work From Home; Petition Sent To Maharashtra CM

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Amidst the Omicron variant scare across the globe, countries after closing down borders, and flights are getting stopped from the nations where maximum cases are coming in.

Infact, Govt of India has refused to resume normal international flights due to the same reason.

But, ignoring these developments, a lot of IT companies in Pune and Maharashtra have started asking their employees to return back to office. As per an estimate, more than 60% of IT employees are right now working from offices.

Nascent Information Technology Employees Senate Or NITES wants to stop this for the welfare of more than 9 lakh IT employees, and the first shot has been fired.

11,000 Member Strong NITES Wants 100% Work From Home

Nascent Information Technology Employees Senate or NITES is one of the biggest IT Employee Unions, based in Pune, Maharashtra with 11,000+ active members.

They have demanded that IT companies allow 100% work from home to keep all the employees and their families safe and away from the dangers of coronavirus infection.

They have already petitioned Shri Uddhav Thackeray Ji, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Maharashtra State, along with Hon’ble Labour minister Shri Hasan Mushrif and requested that Govt issue notice to IT companies for imposing compulsory work from home.

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