Banks lead the charge back to the office after working from home advice is axed

Banks lead the charge back to the office after working from home advice is axed
Banks lead the charge back to the office after working from home advice is axed
Banks lead the charge back to the office after working from home advice is axed Large businesses are leading the way in the return to their offices Banks, advertising firms and accountancy forms have recalled staff to offices Most have accommodated days of virtual working into their pre-Covid patterns

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Business giants began calling staff back to offices yesterday after Boris Johnson scrapped work-from-home guidance.

Large banks, advertising firms and insurers announced plans to return to the office – although most said flexible working arrangements would remain in place.

Big Four accountancy firm KPMG said it ‘welcomed’ the end of the Government guidance and told staff in England to come into the office at least two days a week.

Investment bank Citi sent a note to staff highlighting the benefits of office working, including that they are ‘better able to generate the energy and collaborative spirit’ it thrives on.

It told workers

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