San Francisco, CA: Wells Fargo plans to bring employees back to US offices starting September 7, joining several banks that have announced plans to return to work as coronavirus infections in major financial hubs decline. He said he was.
In an internal memo circulated to staff, Chief Operating Officer Scott Powell said the bank would gradually return staff working in remote locations to the office, depending on job and location, according to Reuters. He said he would start doing that.
He added that the process of returning to the office will continue until October.
According to Powell, employees at the Operations Center and Contact Center Wells Fargo will be required to return on a rotation basis, which is expected to be temporary.
He added that employees work in the office for days or weeks of rotation and work at home for the rest of the time.
According to the memo, banking tech employees will be asked to return to work in October, but most will enjoy more flexibility to work remotely.
According to the bank, at least 200,000 employees worked from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, and an additional 60,000 reported to the office.
Wells Fargo also said it would begin asking staff to submit vaccination status from 19 July.
Wells Fargo returns US staff to office on September 7
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