HCLTech employees face disciplinary action if they don’t report to office three days a week

HCLTech employees face disciplinary action

HCLTech, India’s third-largest IT services company, has issued a stern warning to its employees to work from their designated offices for at least three days a week, starting from February 19. The company said that any non-compliance will be treated as unauthorised absence and will result in disciplinary action as per company policy.

An employee, requesting anonymity, said management is warning of leave without pay if employees don't report to office three days a week


The directive from the Noida-based company comes after its peers such as TCS, Infosys, and Wipro, have also mandated their employees to return to office partially, as the COVID-19 situation improves in the country. HCLTech’s email, dated February 14, was sent to all the employees of its Digital Foundation Services (DFS) division, which accounts for about 40% of its total workforce.

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An employee, who requested anonymity, said that the management is threatening to deduct salaries or impose leave without pay if the employees don’t comply with the order. The employee also said that the company is not providing any transport facilities or allowances for the employees who have to travel long distances to reach their offices.

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HCLTech did not respond to Moneycontrol’s queries on the matter. The company had acquired Evernote and Meetup in 2023, and has over 50 apps in its portfolio, including 30 Day Fitness, Enlight Pixaloop, and Sleep Sounds.

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Source : Money Control

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