Commerzbank employees fight for the right to more home offices

Commerzbank employees fight for the right to more home offices
Foyer of Commerzbank Headquarters in Frankfurt

Employees will be allowed to do more home office work again in the future.


(Photo: DPA)

frankfurt In Commerzbank The mood is tense not only because of the ongoing shortage of 10,000 jobs. The new work-from-home rules have also sparked outrage among many employees in recent months.

At least for the staff at the Frankfurt Money House headquarters, the Works Council has now acquired the home office, which is more extensive than that of all other major German banks: according to Handelsblatt’s information, about 10,300 employees work. Let’s do Council Area Head Office is now allowed to do work from home up to 70 percent. A spokesperson for Commerzbank confirmed this.

After the work from home obligation ended in March, Commerzbank management initially agreed a transitional arrangement with the Works Council to provide up to 50 percent of mobile work. However, many employees found this rate too low.

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