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BoI looks at flexible work arrangements for all staff

Bank chief McDonagh says move would create better work environment for young parents and people with caring responsibilities

Killian Woods

Business reporter

16th February, 2020
Francesca McDonagh, CEO, Bank of Ireland. Picture: Maura Hickey

Bank of Ireland chief Francesca McDonagh wants to move all her staff onto flexible working arrangements.

Around a third of the bank’s staff, roughly 3,500 employees, work in an agile way – either from home on certain days of the week or by setting their own hours.

Speaking at the Ibec Business Leaders’ Conference last week, McDonagh said the bank plans for all its workers to have the option to work in an agile...

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