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Work from home jobs may not be a thing of the past as more than 93 per cent of tech firms in India are looking at adopting a hybrid work model beyond the Covid-19 pandemic. Workplaces are transforming to adopt evolving hybrid operating models with increasing demand for on-demand workspaces, and the rise of satellite offices in tier 2 cities and beyond.
The details were given in a report titled “Technology Reshaping the Future of Work: India Perspective” by NASSCOM, in partnership with Microsoft.
In its “Future of Work India Outlook”, the report said nearly 70 per cent of organizations in the tech industry in India have adopted a hybrid work model and 85 per cent of India’s tech workforce is working remotely or in a hybrid setup.
Around 63 per cent of Indian enterprises have ramped up investments in hybrid cloud services.
Around 74 per cent of employees surveyed want flexible remote work options to continue.
Around 93 per cent of tech organizations in the country are looking at adopting a hybrid work model beyond the pandemic.
Around 92 per cent of organizations believe the future of work technology solutions has played a critical role in organizational resilience during the pandemic, according to the report.
The future of work tech solutions enabled remote working for over 90 per cent of workforce in tech Industry in India within 2-3 weeks of second wave.
Future of work tech solutions focused-start-ups in India have raised nearly $115 million in funding in the last two years.
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