“TCS Ends Work-from-Home, Implements Dress Code for In-Office Employees”

TCS Ends Work from Home and Introduces Dress Code for Employees

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has announced the end of its work-from-home arrangement for the majority of its employees, implementing a policy that mandates their presence in the office for five days a week. In addition, the IT giant has introduced a formal dress code for its employees while working from the office.

The new dress code, outlined by the company’s Chief HR Officer, Milind Lakkad, is intended to make a positive impression on stakeholders worldwide and to help assimilate employees who joined TCS during the pandemic, many of whom have been working virtually. Lakkad emphasized the importance of creating a cohesive and professional work environment and stated that working from the office is crucial for internalizing TCS values and the TCS way.

The dress code for TCS employees includes:

Business Casuals (Monday-Thursday):

  • For male staff: Formal full-sleeved shirts tucked into formal trousers.
  • For female employees: Formal skirts or business attires in neutral/solid colors, sarees, or knee-length kurtas.
  • Approved footwear includes formal shoes, moccasins, flats, heels, pumps, and dress sandals.

Smart Casuals (Friday):

  • Casual attire such as half-sleeved shirts, collared t-shirts, golf/polo shirts, turtlenecks.
  • Smart casual trousers, khakis, chinos, straight-cut and full-length jeans.
  • Female employees can wear kurtis, printed blouses, skirts.
  • Approved footwear includes sneakers, moccasins, and suede shoes.

Formal Events and Client Visits:

  • Business suits in neutral/solid colors.
  • Formal full-sleeved shirts tucked into trousers.
  • Formal skirts/business dresses in neutral/solid colors, sarees, or salwar suits.
  • Approved formal footwear in neutral colors.

TCS’s decision to bring employees back to the office and introduce a dress code reflects the company’s commitment to fostering a unified corporate culture and ensuring that new employees are fully integrated into the organization. The move comes as a response to the changing work dynamics caused by the pandemic and aligns with TCS’s values and work practices.

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