In a statement released on Thursday, Citigroup announced its plans to enforce accountability among employees regarding compliance with the rules of the hybrid work model.
According to a Bloomberg report, the bank will initiate assessments to ensure employees are adhering to the mandatory requirement of working in the office for a minimum of three days per week.
"We are committed to our hybrid work model and proud of the flexibility it provides our colleagues to work at least three days per week in the office and up to two days remotely," the bank said in a statement.
“We have firm expectations for office attendance and know that the majority of our employees are compliant with their requirements. As necessary, we hold colleagues accountable for adhering to their in-office days," the statement added.
According to Bloomberg's report, the bank plans to factor office attendance into the evaluation of employees' performance and compensation.