Bank of America warns return-to-office laggards with ‘letters of education’

Bank of America has sent “letters of education” to employees who have not been showing up at the office, warning them of disciplinary action, in the latest move from a large company to push staff back to the workplace.

One of the messages said its recipient had failed to meet the bank’s “Workplace Excellence Guidelines” for work location “despite requests and reminders to do so”.

“Failure to follow the workplace excellence expectations applicable to your role within two weeks of the date of this notification may result in further disciplinary action,” according to the text of the letter that a BofA employee posted online.

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