HCL Technologies Wednesday said it was keeping a close watch on the situation in disaster hit-Japan and will be sending a senior level delegation to the country to ensure ground support.
"Currently, all HCL employees on ground there are safe. The HCL senior leadership is in touch with the leadership team in Japan and monitoring the situation closely. In the next few days, a senior level delegation from India will be travelling to Japan to ensure ground support," the company said in a statement.
This delegation will be holding an open house for all employees at relevant locations in Japan, it added.
The company is also in talks with all diplomatic agencies to ensure the safety and security of its employees in Japan.
HCL is providing its employees option to work from home or even from alternate locations like Osaka in Japan, China, Singapore or India on Japan timings.
The employees can also proceed on leave in consultation with their manager and spend time with their families in or outside Japan. They may also choose to send their families to an alternate location.
After a devastating earthquake and tsunami, Japan now faces high risk of a nuclear fallout due to damages to three nuclear reactors.
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