Employees of private companies are under deep stress about going back to the office after the lockdown. He fears that the safety of his health will be properly taken care of at his workplace. This has been revealed in a survey conducted among some employees of private companies.
93 percent of the people surveyed said they were deeply stressed about going to the office. During the lockdown, a number of business activities and activities have been allowed in the past.
This has raised the expectation that the lockdown may not be extended after May 17, and if it is extended, many more will be opened. Now the government offices have opened, now it is the turn of private offices.
There are many areas, which require opening of offices. In such a situation, there are various doubts within the private sector employees regarding the situation after lockdown.
According to the survey, 85 percent of the employees want the entire office premises to be sanitized before they return to work again. The survey was conducted by Mindmap Advance on employees of 560 small, medium and large companies in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore. The survey took 85 percent of men and 15 percent of women. 59 percent of employees are concerned about their health, while 25 percent of employees said they are nervous about their financial condition.
The remaining 16 percent are scared of the prolongation of this disaster. The manner in which the transition graph has increased with the reduction of lockdown, one thing is clear that this epidemic will not leave us soon. This is also accepted by the World Health Organization. Now everyone has made up their mind that they will have to learn to live with the corona.
After all, the lockdown has a limit and socio-economic activities cannot be postponed for very long. In such a situation, offices and factories will have to be opened. Some companies have found a way to work from home, but there is a limit. There are some tasks, for which the office has to be opened. In such a situation, the concern of the employees is reasonable.
All employers and operators will have to adapt their office design and working practices to a new challenge. They should do this work after consulting the health experts.
Just as offices have arrangements for fire prevention or other emergency situations, something will now have to be done to protect the health of employees. From the seating arrangement to the working shift and other things will also have to be decided accordingly. For every such necessary change, certain standards should also be set.