TCS CHRO Implements New Rules: Work From Home Banned, Dress Code Back in Force

During the standard workweek (Monday to Thursday), TCS employees are required to follow a business casual dress code. For men, this entails wearing tucked-in full-sleeved shirts with trousers, while women are expected to don business dresses.

TCS is currently experiencing a period of transformation and new initiatives. Following the announcement of hiring 40,000 freshers and the assurance of no significant layoffs, the company’s Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) Milind Kakkad has summoned employees to resume working in the office. In an email addressed to the workforce, the company has also reminded employees to adhere to the dress code as they make their return to the office.

Chief Human Resources Officer Milind Kakkad, in an email communication, underscored the significance of adhering to a suitable dress code. The email stated, “This is key to creating the right impact with stakeholders globally. The dress code policy gives clear guidance on the right attire while carrying out official responsibilities and duties,” reported Business Today.

Source: People Matters

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