Tesco redesigns its Bengaluru office


The bright, spacious and modern work environment is aimed at creating a more open and non-hierarchical organisational culture.

Tesco Bengaluru, the only operations and technology centre that caters to Tesco’s growth and presence globally, has recently concluded the first phase of its campus refresh programme. Under the programme, the company has revamped its workspace to make it more collaborative and contemporary.

The new facilities are designed to create a bright, versatile, practical and modern work environment. The workspace has also been specifically planned and built to encourage agile and collaborative ways of working, and inculcate an open and non-hierarchical culture.

Sharing more details about the new office space, Krity Sharma, head-people, Tesco, says, “Our new office space is inclusive, accessible, bright and colourful making the environment more vibrant. We have introduced the concept of collaborative spaces that enhances the ‘one-team’ culture and hot-desking to provide flexibility for colleagues to work anytime any place.”

There are a range of formal and informal meeting spaces, break-out zones and lockers to provide more ease and comfort to the employees. The company has also focussed on better technology to support meetings and an ‘e-café’ for colleagues to grab a quick coffee or enjoy a game of foosball. The objective is to allow employees to relax and unwind through short breaks from a hectic day at work.

Sanjeev Nagwekar, director, property services Tesco, says, “We believe that such an environment would advance our ways of working and enable colleagues to serve our customers a little better every day.”

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