Banking Briefing: Will WFH become a thing of the past?
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Covid made work from home a standard practice within most industries, banking included. But as the world continues to tip-toe back into routine, many companies are either demanding their employees to return to the office, or, at the very least, firmly suggesting so.
And banks seem to be leading these back-to-office vibes, with an average attendance of 47%, according to recent research from Advanced Workplace Associates.
Still, at this point, office attendance remains more of a hint at a lot of big banks.
Mega banks like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley aren’t outright demanding their employees to return to the office. Rather, the feeling is very much akin to restaurant workers turning off the music and picking up chairs while they wait for the last customers to finally get the hint and leave.
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