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Hyderabad: Techies to no longer suffer from Monday blues

It seems as if employees of technology firms will no longer have to suffer from the Monday blues. There are a great number of hybrid work models available today. However, the most preferred method seems to be where employees work three days a week from the office, namely Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.

Thus, employees enjoy not only spending Friday at home but also getting to escape the Monday blues. As different companies have developed different hybrid work cultures, this concept of working three consecutive days in the middle of the week seems to be popular.

In some companies, employees choose between alternate working days such as Monday, Wednesday, and Friday or Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, with the second option being preferred.

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“Based on our work schedule, we are required to visit the office twice a week or thrice a week. Since I live alone in Hyderabad and my family lives in Vishakapatnam, I usually go to the office either on Tuesdays or Wednesdays when twice a week schedule is on, or on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays when thrice a week schedule is on. The weekend will be spent at home and I’ll have an extra two days to work from home in Vizag”, says Srikanth Rao, a data analyst at a large corporation.

It is evident that many employees are experiencing an abandoned feeling at their workplaces, which had been a hub of activity on Mondays and in mid-week, now paints an abandoned picture. This is true even on Fridays when many employees work from home.

“It used to be a dreaded Monday for me because I had to rush to the office and I could still feel the lethargy of the weekend that had passed. Now, I enjoy working on Mondays as either I work from home or even if I go to the office, it is mostly empty,” says software engineer Supriya Shetty working for a reputed corporation.

 

 

 

 

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