Bengaluru Tech Firms Go Back To WFH Amid Covid Surge | Read

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  • Published On: January 18, 2022
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In Bengaluru, often called India's "Silicon Valley", the campuses of tech firms wear a deserted look. As daily Covid cases continue to surge - with the figure hovering around 15,000 - the IT industry has once again opted for the hybrid work model. Nearly 70 per cent of the workforce is working from home.

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