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Shivani ShindeNeha Alawadhi Mumbai | Delhi
One of the biggest impact of the pandemic on the Indian information technology (IT) industry has been the acceptance of a hybrid workforce model offering the kind of radical flexibility required to build organisational resilience.
While industry body National Association of Software and Service Companies (Nasscom) is working on a framework to address this workforce and the implications it will have on several aspects of the industry, many industry players have taken the first step towards embracing this paradigm shift.
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) — with the largest employee base of 469,000 — had started to work on this shift with its open agile workspaces a few years ago, where many of its centres have morphed into collaborative

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First Published: Feb 18 2021 | 7:32 PM IST

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