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SBI might plan to make work place and working hours more flexible
By Neelima Shankar
Oct 1, 2014
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The highly networked lending institution of the country State bank of India might offer flexible working hours for the women working staff. Bank has recently launched the facility of digital banking, for its customers that will allow the customers to open their account immediately hassle free.

Bank has made banking much easier for the customers. In addition to the customers bank ensures that proper facilities are provided to the staff as well. Few months back bank has introduced the facility of two-year sabbatical leave for women employees. Now with the introduction of various facilities and digitations in the banking bank is thinking to offer a bit more flexibility to the women employees of the bank.

Though the bank has not yet finalized the decision, but it is expected if the bank will move ahead with this process of digitization then bank may think upon to make work place and work hours a little more flexible. The SBI branches also offer the facility of Remote Expert facility through which the customers can easily interact with the Bank’s experts.


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