Some large banks are starting to require employees to sit in the office five days a week

Citigroup (C-US), HSBC Holdings (HSBC-US) and Barclays Bank (BCS-US) are asking more employees to report to their corporate offices five days a week, according to a Bloomberg report late on Thursday (23rd).

Citigroup (C-US), HSBC Holdings (HSBC-US) and Barclays Bank (BCS-US) are requiring more employees to report to their corporate offices five days a week, Bloomberg reported late on Thursday (23rd).
The report quoted a statement from Citibank stating that it has asked about 600 U.S. employees who were previously eligible to work remotely to commute to work full-time.
Citi said most employees can continue to implement a hybrid schedule and work out of the office for up to two days a week.
London-based Barclays will require thousands of its investment banking employees around the world to work in the office or travel five days a week to meet with clients starting June 1, Bloomberg reported.
At the same time, HSBC is discussing changing regulations with nearly half of its employees in New York, or about 530 people, the report quoted the bank\’s head of human resources for the United States and Americas as saying.
The report adds that the company is trying to keep the option of logging in from home available to as many people as possible.

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