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The big banks maintain their teleworking policy at the beginning of the course.

Date: June 18, 2024 Time: 03:18:42

The large Spanish banks maintain their teleworking policy unchanged before the start of the course, according to the spokespersons for the banks consulted by Europa Press, after more than three years since the start of the health crisis caused by Covid-19 and amid pressures in United States or United Kingdom for returning to the office.

Specifically, in recent days, various international media, such as the ‘Financial Times’ or ‘Bloomberg’, have reported that the British and American financial sectors are seeking to restrict remote work and force workers to return to work in person. Office at least for a certain number of days.

On the other hand, the large Spanish banks (Santander, BBVA, CaixaBank, Banco Sabadell, Bankinter and Unicaja Banco) are choosing to maintain their policies, which generally consist of having hybrid models applied, above all, for their central services and include flexibility depending on each employee and position.

For example, Santander continues with its ‘flexiworking’ work model, which it already applied before the pandemic, and which allows employees of central services to telework up to 16 days a quarter, although the number of days may vary depending on the situation of each worker.

For its part, BBVA has a hybrid model that involves 60% work in the branch and 40% remotely, while CaixaBank has a policy of up to six days a month of remote work for corporate services and up to four . day per month for territorial services and distributed corporate services.

Sabadell’s hybrid model for central services employees contemplates teleworking for a maximum of 30% of working hours and 6 days a month with a maximum of two days a week. In some specific cases – Sabadell Digital and Servicing – more flexible models are applied.

For its part, Bankinter continues with its policy of teleworking one day a week for its central services employees, while Unicaja Banco has applied a personalized model for certain profiles and cases where teleworking can be applied.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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