DBS, Singapore’s biggest bank, plans to let its staff work remotely up to 40 per cent of the time and adopt other more flexible working arrangements. Photo: Reuters DBS, Singapore’s biggest bank, plans to let its staff work remotely up to 40 per cent of the time and adopt other more flexible working arrangements. Photo: Reuters
DBS, Singapore’s biggest bank, plans to let its staff work remotely up to 40 per cent of the time and adopt other more flexible working arrangements. Photo: Reuters

Singapore’s DBS to allow employees to work from home up to 40 per cent of the time as it adopts hybrid model

  • Singapore’s biggest bank said it would ‘radically transform’ its structure with a hybrid working model
  • Four out of five of the bank’s employees said they were able to work seamlessly remotely

Topic |   Banking & finance
DBS, Singapore’s biggest bank, plans to let its staff work remotely up to 40 per cent of the time and adopt other more flexible working arrangements. Photo: Reuters DBS, Singapore’s biggest bank, plans to let its staff work remotely up to 40 per cent of the time and adopt other more flexible working arrangements. Photo: Reuters
DBS, Singapore’s biggest bank, plans to let its staff work remotely up to 40 per cent of the time and adopt other more flexible working arrangements. Photo: Reuters
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