The work from home arrangement was readily embraced by employers and employees alike. After a successful run in 2020, it was a matter of time before working remotely was entrenched in our work life as the new normal. Here's how some companies resolved to incorporate new policies into their work culture.
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DeskTALK, a Mumbai based startup is offering an ergonomic solution to those working remotely in India during the COVID- 19 scenarios. “While enjoying our cup of coffee, we were working on a very important project and suddenly the coffee spilled on all of our papers. That was it, that was our ‘Eureka’ moment and we decided to come up with a solution to ease such WFH hurdles,” says Hitesh Thakkar, co-founder of DeskTALK. With high quality birch plywood and minimal designs, they are making work happen! “The times are tough and we wanted the employees to feel motivated when they sit down for work, so we targeted HR heads and CEOs to cater the issues. We sent mailers and reached...