The Covid-19 lockdown forced Indian IT companies to empty out their offices overnight. Nearly four months on, people—including the top management—are missing the camaraderie.
Even as IT firms bring back between 10% and 30% of their workforce, it might be a while before their campuses go back to full capacity with buzzing cafeterias and noisy bays. And that’s something several IT CXOs are missing.
At a roundtable organised by industry body Nasscom, Quartz asked three leaders of India’s $200 billion IT sector what was their biggest personal challenge amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Here’s what they said: