Desk sharing key to Central Bank’s return-to-office plans

Staff will have to book a desk on days they want to attend the office as regulator plans to bring staff back on site from October

9th September, 2021
Desk sharing key to Central Bank’s return-to-office plans
Central Bank staff will not have their own desk when they return to the office one day a week from next month. Picture: Rollingnews.ie

Central Bank staff have been told they will not have their own desk when they return to work, under the regulator’s plans to bring employees back to the office from the start of October.

Staff will soon begin their return to the bank’s campus on a one-day-a-week basis, with all workers expected to work on site at least once weekly by the start of December.

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