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“Royal Bank of Scotland has told about 50,000 staff that they will continue to work from home until at least 2021. The state-backed bank has told employees it will adopt a “cautious” approach to returning to work. Its decision affects about four-fifths of them.” - July 2020
In 2020 financial services operating models were forced to rapidly accommodate large numbers of staff working from home on a full and part time basis. Unsurprisingly, the industry has encountered a number of common problems as a result.
As the ‘direction of travel’ continues towards extensive homeworking, businesses which originally took a shorter-term tactical approach may now be considering longer-term strategic solutions, as well as ways to rectify the issues they have encountered in recent months.
Homeworking in Financial Services Operations: Top 15 Problems & Solutions is designed to help Financial Services decision makers find operational solutions to the challenges of home working. It explores:
“Remote working has been one of the most tangible impacts of coronavirus on the economy. For many, it could be here to stay.” - Roger Barker, Director of Policy, IoD
Corporate Modelling is pleased to offer its OPX (Operational Excellence) platform which provides such a strategic solution.
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