Firms look for ways to keep home-based staff engaged
Even during Ugadi , the new year in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, colleagues shared pictures of how they celebrated.
"Even if you can't celebrate it together, seeing pictures certainty gives you the feel of the festival spirit," Thakur said.
"When we are expected to work completely remote with teams, it is very quick for a sense of dissonance to creep in.
So, the conscious effort to stay connected and engaged is twice as much important than when we work out of the same physical office space."
The company has also realised that boredom can adversely impact an individual's mental health, Nair said.
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