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Danske Bank will now focus even more on flexibility for employees based on the experiences of working remotely during the pandemic. Specifically, employess will get the possibility of organizing working days in cooperation with the local manager as well as a subsidy to upgrade the home office. The purpose is to become a more attractive work place for employees while maintaining the good customer experience.

Covid-19 will be defeated, but some of the changes that followed in the wake have come to stay. At Danske Bank, this includes the possibility of a much greater degree of flexibility – for example in the form of improved opportunities to work from home. And the opportunity to work more from home is a priority for the bank's employees.

A large internal survey has shown that 92% of employees want to work from home on average two days a week, and this is a wish that the bank's management will now fulfill.

Image: Danske Bank employees working from home during the covid-19 pandemic.

“Basically, we think that working from home has been enormously well received by employees and by our customers, who are much more able to meet the Bank's employees virtually. This creates a flexibility that we haven't had before – and it is in line with our ambition to create a more modern and more flexible way of working", says Karsten Breum, Head of Group HR at Danske Bank in an interview with the Danish newspaper Politiken and continues:

"Therefore, we will specifically offer employees the option to organize their working days and weeks themselves. For some, this will mean two working from home days a week, for others it’s more meaningful to work from home three days a week.”

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