Work from home started for most employees in March 2020, when the first Novel Coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) lockdown was declared. A majority of workers, particularly in the service sector, reported to their office by the end of 2020. The pandemic that attacked the world at the beginning of 2020 has given a big shock to the complete world economy. India started considering appropriate precautionary measures to control the spread of the pandemic, which included sealing the borders between states and international entries, followed by a complete lockdown. Employees who were asked to continue working from home decided to move to their hometown, to save rent, and spend time with their families.
Several people working in Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, and other parts of the country, moved to their native places over the past two years. As the second wave extended the work from home option, their stay got longer. Some had to move back once schools for children reopened, especially older kids. After almost 2 years of working from home, employees seem to prefer working from home over higher salaries and are even willing to quit their job if that option is taken out. However, in the wake of a significant decline in the number of Covid-19 cases, government and private offices across the country have announced to end work from home.
How can the world reach herd immunity against COVID-19 before the second anniversary of the pandemic, or March 2022? A complete study of vaccine demand and supply answers all our questions. A target of vaccinating 60% of the population in each country by March 2022 is likely enough to achieve worldwide herd immunity under a baseline scenario with limited mutation. Achieving this target appears feasible given stated production capacity of vaccine manufacturers and the pace of current and historical vaccination campaigns. There are additional challenges along the path to achieving world-wide herd immunity, including supply chain issues, trade restrictions, vaccine delivery, and mutations. Overall however, this analysis suggests multilateral action now can bring an end to the acute phase of the pandemic early next year.
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A survey conducted by recruitment and staffing firm CIEL HR Services showed that employees are even ready to quit the job if that option is taken out, at least 6 out of 10 respondents were ready to quit instead of returning to work from the office model. Since; the company claims it still emphasizes flexibility. The employees will have time to adjust. The company plans to offer managers tools and resources to provide employees with the best route possible. Workers will be able to approve requests to adjust their worksite, location, or hours.
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End of work from home model
The decline in the number of Covid-19 cases might also mark the end of the work from the home model as several IT firms gear up to call their staff back to offices. However, in a slight respite to the employees, many companies will still continue with a hybrid model. All employers should remain alert to and informed about changing outbreak conditions, including as they relate to community spread of the virus and testing availability, and implement infection prevention and control measures accordingly. However, some people are happy to go back, as they missed the bonhomie at the workplace. It is boring to keep staring at a computer screen the entire day. Employees are missing out on face-to-face interactions, non-stop discussions, team gatherings, celebrations, and much more.
Is it safe to hire a car during the COVID-19 outbreak?
The simple answer is, “Yes, the experts say that it’s safe; if you take the proper precautions without any hesitation”. Most agree that COVID-19 is spread from person to person through airborne particles. Even if a surface is fouled with the virus, a person would have to come in contact with that exact area; transfer a sufficient number of particles to their hands; and then touch their mouth, nose, or eyes in order to potentially transmit it to their respiratory system. The risk of all of that taking place is relatively low. In this unexampled time, the safety of our community, coworkers, and customers remain our high priority. Car rental service providers are taking measures such as sanitization of vehicles after each ride and providing hand sanitizers to customers to minimize the risk of being infected by the deadly virus. When we have always had a very basic safety training process in place that teaches all employees about the proper cleaning of a vehicle, employees are now being trained to implement new and broader authorizations that include enhanced cleaning guidance for vehicles, shuttles, and branch locations, as well as social distancing practices.
COVID-19 protocol trained drivers to drive you safely in the comfort of your own car!
- Usage of protective gear while on duty – masks and hand sanitizers
- Trained on social distancing measures
- Adherence to guidelines laid down by the Ministry of Health & family welfare (MOHFW).
- Keep Aarogya Setu mobile app-enabled
Additional Safety Precautions
- Get Vaccinated and stay up to date on your Coivd-19 vaccines
- Wear a face mask and follow social distancing
- When you are traveling with someone other than immediate family or you are on business with colleagues, wear a mask while in the vehicle.
- Hire from topmost rental service providers who follow all the safety protocols to be more secure.
- Stay 6 feet away from others
- Always remember to take antimicrobial wipes and aerosols with you.
- Travel with the window(s) down and air vents open. This helps to keep fresh air circulating and displaces any potentially infectious airborne particles.
- Avoid poorly ventilated spaces and crowds
- Cover coughs and sneezes
- You can also be more cautious by wearing gloves while on travel.
- Most importantly, wash your hands often and avoid touching your face.
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