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Deutsche Bank Considers 40% Permanent Work-from-home Policy : Reports

Deutsche Bank AG is reportedly considering a new policy that would allow almost 40% of employees to permanently work from home two days a week.

Germany's largest bank has been discussing the changes for several months and the two-days rule has emerged as the preferred scenario, Bloomberg reports citing people familiar with the matter.

Deutsche Bank is still waiting for lawmakers in several countries to finalize new remote-work legislation, one person said.

If implemented, the new work model will make a significant contribution to savings target Chief Executive Officer Christian Sewing unveiled last year.

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