Yes, work from home is allowed
Answered - L3/Design Network Engineer (Current Employee) - Irving, TX
Depends on the role. Often remote work is for those working on infrastructure, data center, servers, network, etc
Answered - Account Delivery Head (Current Employee) - Corning, NY
Yes, remote support agents who work via Chat system
Answered - TECHNICAL SUPPORT ANALYST 1 (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA
No, it doesn't.
Answered - QA Manager, Walmart account (Current Employee) - Bentonville, AR
Yes - work from home anywhere, or in an office if one is nearby
Answered - Principal Consultant (Former Employee) - East Brunswick, NJ
Not to my recollection.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA
No, Wipro mostly does not allow remote working.
Answered - Technical Lead -UC (Current Employee) - Englewood, CO
Yes it will allow remote working depends on the project.
Answered - currently designated as Test Lead (Current Employee) - RTP NC
Case to case basis
Answered - ITSM Consultant (Current Employee) - East Brunswick, NJ
No,in my experience i didnt get to work remotely but i was able to connect from home and complete my work incase something was pending but it totally depend on the Project an employee is working for
Answered - Senior Test Engineer (Current Employee) - RTP,North Carolina