Yep, it is happening.
My sister’s office carried out this exercise two weeks ago, so it is safe to say that my company is quite reluctant to give WFH.
A/B testing is an analytical term. I am using it losely here. The employee headcount will be divided in two groups – A and B. One group will work from home while the other comes to office.
Of course, it brings up a very genuine question – how do we divide groups?
People who are already doing WFH and have been doing that even before Corona outbreak, had very invaluable inputs.
- Seat them alternately
- Seat people with a gap of two empty desks
- Utilize vacant desks
- I don’t want to come on Thursday, prior commmitments
- I cannot come on Friday, priot commmitments
My manager didn’t get to talk for 25 minutes, during which, all sorts of suggestions were given.
I don’t understand what the fuss is about.
I walked out. There was more talk and finally the groups were divided based on the very first suggestion – seat them alternately.
Is Pune effectively on WFH now?