Ireland: Bank of Ireland turning to its ‘remote working hubs’ to make work even more flexible

On 25 January 2022, the Irish bank, which employs roughly 10,000 staff, announced it was opening five additional remote working hubs, bringing the total number of its hybrid offices to 11. Located in small towns or places that make sense for employees in terms of commuting times, these remote working hubs mean employees can avoid travelling to the main offices and they can offer a complementary alternative for teleworking arrangements, a concept particularly backed by the government, which recently created a National Hub Network for start-ups, SMEs, and the self-employed.

Through . Published on 27 January 2022 à 15h09 - Update on 27 January 2022 à 15h09

In the Bank of Ireland’s new flexible working model, traditional office spaces are dedicated to meetings, collaboration ,and building connections, while remote working hubs are suitable for individual and task-based work. The hubs’ locations were established via an internal staff survey conducted by the group in 2020.…

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