The largest Russian banks still leave employees on "udalenke"

The largest Russian banks do not hurry to return employees to the offices and plan to continue to work remotely, you should from a survey of the largest credit institutions.

The mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin announced on Monday that from June 9 in the capital canceled withdrawal and permit regime imposed over the coronavirus.

PSB noted that a return to the previous operation mode will occur gradually. "We expect that in June the majority of employees whose presence in the office is not required to continue to work remotely. To do this, we have established all the processes. However, in the case of production necessity the heads of departments will be able to take the decision to release employees to work" - commented on in the PSB.

Credit Bank of Moscow also has a set of employees who can perform their work remotely, work from home. Alfa-Bank reminded that the extended remote mode of work of employees of the Central office to the end of the year.

Head office and contact center Raiffeisenbank continue to work in the remote format, told in the credit institution. "Remote work did not affect our productivity or business processes, so long as we stick to this format and consider various scenarios for the organization of work in the future", - assured in the Bank.

The only Bank that had already started to return employees, is a savings Bank, however the credit organization said that doing it gradually, with the observance of all necessary measures to prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Thus in the first place for jobs will be back senior.

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