Lloyds tells 65,000 staff they won’t return to office until next spring at least

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STAFF at high street bank Lloyds have been told to work from home until next spring at least.

Lloyds said in a statement the decision had been made “in line with government guidance”.

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Lloyds Bank has told staff to work from home until next spring


Lloyds Bank has told staff to work from home until next springCredit: PA:Press Association

The banking group employs 65,000 workers.

And it announced last month it was cutting 865 of its jobs as part of plans to restructure the business.


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The majority of its staff already work from home at the moment.

But some are still attending in person at the bank’s high street branches.

A spokesman said: “In line with guidance from the UK and national governments — and given the majority of our colleagues are working from home — we have asked them to continue to do so until at least spring.”

People working from home can claim tax deductions for cost under Budget 2021

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