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This BFSI boss says loss of social connect inevitable in permanent WFH, managers must prepare themselves

This BFSI boss says loss of social connect inevitable in permanent WFH, managers must prepare themselves
This BFSI boss says loss of social connect inevitable in permanent WFH, managers must prepare themselves
In a way, Vishakha is glad to get back to the office and compartmentalise some parts of her life.

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Vishakha RM feels lines get blurred during WFH.

While the shift to work from home was challenging for most, Vishakha RM, MD, IndiaFirst Life Insurance Company Limited, found the shift back to the office even more so.“When the lockdown was lifted, the first day in office was exhilarating and exhausting,” said Vishakha, who is currently alternating between WFH and working out of their Goregaon, Mumbai, office. “It was wonderful to meet colleagues after so long. However, the whole process of
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