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AIB requires employees to work from home three days a week

DUBLIN: AIB is experimenting a hybrid working model by allowing employees to work-from-home three days a week. Bank employees have been informed about the scheme. The new hybrid working model is being implemented as part of the Work-Life Guiding Principles launched jointly by AIB and the Financial Services Union last year.

With the implementation of the new scheme, employees who previously worked full time in the office will now be required to work in the office two days a week. For the remainder of the week, the decision is to make remote working depending on local requirements.

However, frontline workers who have been providing essential services to customers in branches, call centres and office locations will continue their services. AIB said that more details would be provided once workers are able to return to work safely.

The hybrid working strategy “will ensure that many of our employees can continue to benefit from an enhanced work-life balance while contributing to sustainable communities,” the bank said.

Chief People Officer Geraldine Casey said: “This strategy means many of our employees can leave the five days a week commute behind them. Our ways of working will empower our people to continue to deliver professional service to our customers and to take care of themselves as well as each other.”

AIB has also confirmed that it requires less head office space and will be leaving three of six buildings in Dublin, including one on Burlington Road.

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