Companies throughout the Delhi-NCR have implemented a work-from-home policy for their employees in response to the Delhi government’s request. Following the upcoming G20 Summit, offices in Delhi and other nearby areas such as Noida and Gurugram will offer work-from-home options to their employees.
Furthermore, the Delhi government has directed that all government and private offices, banks, and commercial businesses, including markets, remain closed in the city from September 8 to 10, 2023.This is to ensure that the visiting delegates have a pleasant and memorable stay.
Specific metro stations will be closed or operate with limited capacity. As part of the security arrangements, metro stations such as Khan Market, Janpath, Supreme Court, and Bhikaji Cama Place have been designated as restricted entry points by the Delhi Police metro unit.
The country will host the G20 Summit in New Delhi from September 9 to 10. Many business leaders have expressed their support for making the Summit a huge success, as it is a source of national pride.
Naturally, many businesses are concerned about the potential difficulties that employees may face while commuting to work. As a result, they have already requested that their teams use the work-from-home option.
The G20 Summit will feature 29 heads of state, as well as high-ranking officials from the European Union, invited guest countries, and 14 leaders of international organisations.