When major companies rolled out their back-to-office plans, employees’ sentiments were mixed. Some saw a break from monotony, whereas many called the move “unnecessary”.
Nevertheless, the lucky ones got to continue working from home while many were left to fret. Amid this, experts say remote working models work when there is a strong culture of mutual trust between employers and employees. It's not a one-way game. The onus of building this culture lies on both sides – managers and team members.
There are reasons why CXOs think “white collar lethargy” has swept in amid extensive remote work culture – which has led to employers calling workers back to the offices.
Moneycontrol interacted with a few CXOs to understand what practices and habits according to them are a big NO when employees are working from home.