Hyderabad: Not all techies keen to work from home

Hyderabad: Not all techies keen to work from home
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C Srujen & Praveen Kumar
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Hyderabad: With Coronavirus positive cases rising alarmingly in the city, many companies are providing work from home (WFH) option for a majority of th...

Hyderabad: With Coronavirus positive cases rising alarmingly in the city, many companies are providing work from home (WFH) option for a majority of their employees.

Even as companies are devising job profiles that can be executed efficiently through WFH, some employees are finding it as a boon while others a bane. Praveen Kumar, working at NTT Data, Madhapur states, "With no office furniture in place, one cannot work for long hours sitting on sofa or bed. So, working from home leads to health issues such as backache and neck pain. Another biggest challenge we face is the interruptions in power and internet." Similarly, for Sai Teja, Vice President, Forum Against Corruption, working from home has become a pain due to power cuts and network issues. He says, "As a majority of staff are working from home there is a high amount of congestion that we witness. Due to which we cannot work fluently."

"Having no option, I have to go to the office to complete my work despite having WFH," adds Sai. For those who find traveling to and from office cumbersome, WFH brings a great respite. C Srujen, an employee of Polaris, Gachibowli, who resides at Kukatpally, has to travel almost 15 kilometers up and down every day. He says, "The WFH option has given me a great relief as I don't have to get out in this scorching heat and annoying traffic."

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