Here are 6 finance giants, including Deutsche Bank and Citigroup, which are embracing a hybrid work model as staff return to work

 

If you want to know which banks are adopting a hybrid work model, please please read the following article by Kate Duffy from Insider:

 

Here are 6 finance giants, including Deutsche Bank and Citigroup, which are embracing a hybrid work model as staff return to work

 

 

Vanguard

Vanguard Group is the latest bank to adopt a hybrid work model as it prepares to send staff back to the office, Bloomberg first reported on Tuesday.

Most of its 17,300-person workforce will be able to work remotely on Mondays and Fridays, the Pennsylvania-based asset manager told Bloomberg.

“The pandemic has affected so many aspects of our lives, and how we work is one of them,” a spokesperson said in an email to Insider.

“Vanguard will pursue a working model that will blend increased flexibility with the known benefits of in-person collaboration.”

The vast majority of staff will work under a hybrid model, the spokesperson added.

 

Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank is planning to let employees work from home for up to three days a week.

A spokesperson from Germany’s biggest bank confirmed the plans to Insider. They said that “office space would function in a new way” and would be “designed and reinvested in” to support the new way of working.

James von Moltke, the bank’s chief financial officer, told Bloomberg on Wednesday that “it will really be up to the employee, but in a structured way with the manager so we know when people are expected to come to the office.”

He said its offices in London and New York could reopen in the next several months.

 

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