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Cut that break

Business Standard  |  New Delhi 

are vital in these tough times, especially for an which is witnessing the brunt of the One of the many things IT major is doing is to encourage staffers not to stay on beyond 7 pm to complete project deadlines. So, staffers won’t be allowed to take a toilet break after 7 pm! To help them in this process, there will be no drinking water available after 4.30 pm, keeping in mind the fact that what goes in must go out. started implementing this new cost-cutting measure on Thursday, according to sources. It has also pasted advisories next to the elevators “encouraging” to take the stairs, “for better health”.

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Cut that break

Cutting costs are vital in these tough times, especially for an IT industry which is witnessing the brunt of the OECD recession. One of the many things IT major Infosys is doing is to encourage staffers not to stay on beyond 7 pm to complete project deadlines. So, staffers won’t be allowed to take a toilet break after 7 pm! To help them in this process, there will be no drinking water available after 4.30 pm, keeping in mind the fact that what goes in must go out. Infosys started implementing this new cost-cutting measure on Thursday, according to sources. It has also pasted advisories next to the elevators “encouraging” employees to take the stairs, “for better health”.

are vital in these tough times, especially for an which is witnessing the brunt of the One of the many things IT major is doing is to encourage staffers not to stay on beyond 7 pm to complete project deadlines. So, staffers won’t be allowed to take a toilet break after 7 pm! To help them in this process, there will be no drinking water available after 4.30 pm, keeping in mind the fact that what goes in must go out. started implementing this new cost-cutting measure on Thursday, according to sources. It has also pasted advisories next to the elevators “encouraging” to take the stairs, “for better health”.

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Cut that break

are vital in these tough times, especially for an which is witnessing the brunt of the One of the many things IT major is doing is to encourage staffers not to stay on beyond 7 pm to complete project deadlines. So, staffers won’t be allowed to take a toilet break after 7 pm! To help them in this process, there will be no drinking water available after 4.30 pm, keeping in mind the fact that what goes in must go out. started implementing this new cost-cutting measure on Thursday, according to sources. It has also pasted advisories next to the elevators “encouraging” to take the stairs, “for better health”.

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