In the wake of COVID-19 crisis, the world of employment is seriously disrupted and many parts of society – including companies, employees and social groups – are expected to perform a role in supporting workers, their families, and the broader community.
Coronavirus has given an exclusive opportunity to drive in new ways of working termed as ‘new normal’. It has induced an increase incoherent work structure where people are being asked to work all level jobs irrespective of their designations due to shortage of staff and ensure a smooth work environment. Initially, the remote working scenario was witnessed as a temporary work arrangement when the government imposed first lockdowns to contain the virus spread. But with a continued extension of lockdowns amid rising cases, it has been recognised that the new method of operation is going to persist for longer.