Maybank goes flexi

According to Maybank group chief human capital officer Datuk Nora Manaf, (pic) the group is working conscientiously toward a hybrid work environment which it believes is here to stay.“Beyond the pandemic, the overall changing work landscape, in line with the global outlook, and the push towards being more inclusive, point towards a combination of the different work settings to adapt to the different needs of both the workplace and the workforce,” she noted.

PETALING JAYA: The country’s largest lender is relooking its workplace strategy to adapt to the changing work environment and expectations in view of the eventual return of employees to the office.

Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) said its office structure will comprise a blended arrangement with employees working in the office, at split locations and working from home.It is believed to be the first financial institution in the country to have indicated that it would adopt the hybrid work environment.

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