Sberbank plans to transfer up to 30% of employees to remote work from September 1, 2020. This was reported on Wednesday, July 29, in the press service of the credit institution.
“From September 1, it is also planned to introduce a new format of work, which provides for the presence of up to 30% of employees remotely, regardless of the epidemiological situation,” Interfax quotes the report.
The press service noted that since the situation with the coronavirus in the capital stabilizes, the bank will routinely withdraw up to 70% of its employees to offices within a few weeks. Now, in general, more than 70% of employees are at the workplaces of a credit institution, and 100% of employees are in bank branches, RT reports.
Earlier in the day, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that the situation with COVID-19 in the country was calming down.
He noted that special attention should be paid to the prevention of seasonal diseases, so that even under conditions of increased workload, hospitals work stably, and citizens can receive high-quality medical care, both emergency and planned.
As of July 29, in Russia, the total number of detected cases of COVID-19 disease reached 828 990 people, 13 673 patients died, 620 333 recovered.