BoE adapting working practices to post-Covid world, says Place

Joanna Place
Joanna Place
Bank of England

The Bank of England is making wide-ranging changes to the way its staff work, as the organisation looks to adapt to the post-pandemic world.

“The challenge – though daunting – is to learn from the many successes we have collected over the past year and use them as a springboard,” said Joanna Place, chief operating officer.

Only 5% of staff came in to BoE offices during the pandemic, mostly those who could not do their jobs from elsewhere. The central bank is now considering how to make

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