The Bank of England said it will ask staff to come into the office only one day a week starting in September,

Bank of England COO Joanne Place said in a speech that she expects the bank to eventually have employees follow a hybrid-work model that requires them to work on site three to four days a week, but that it would take some time.

Other London-based banks have asked their workers to come in more days per week or even to forego remote work entirely, the news site ITPro reported.

“Our aim is that this flexibility will better allow us to deliver our Mission, creating time for onsite collaboration but also allowing colleagues the flexibility which can improve our employment offering … as well as saving significant commuting time,” Place said in her speech.

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