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Citigroup is monitoring employee’s office attendance and constant absences could mean missing out on bonuses or being fired

Citigroup is monitoring employee's office attendance and constant absences could mean missing out on bonuses or being fired

Employees of Citigroup in the United Kingdom have been informed that their attendance will be closely monitored. Employees who are inconsistent in their physical presence in the office while following the hybrid work model will be closely monitored. Those who are consistently found to be irregular risk losing their bonuses or even their jobs!

As part of its hybrid working arrangement, the financial services firm made it mandatory for its employees to work at least three days per week in the office by June 2023. Staff had been informed that if this requirement was not met, action would be taken. It had also warned employees that noncompliance would result in disciplinary action.

Employees are given the option to work remotely up to two days per week. It also emphasises the importance of maintaining a physical presence in the office and recognises the benefits of in-person interactions, team spirit, and idea exchange when employees work physically in the office.

It is now preparing to take action against employees who fail to meet the minimum office attendance requirement.

Employees who are travelling on business, taking yearly leave, on sick leave, unable to attend work due to medical reasons, or following special flexible work arrangements will be excused.

Employees are allowed to work remotely up to two days per week. However, it also emphasises the importance of having a physical presence in the office and recognises the benefits of in-person interactions, team spirit, and the exchange of ideas when employees work in the office.

It is now preparing to take action against employees who do not meet the minimum office attendance requirement.

Employees who are on business, taking yearly leave, on sick leave, unable to attend work due to medical reasons, or following special flexible work arrangements will be excused.

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