HSBC Malaysia country head of human resources Sugunah Verumandy said the bank is continuously proactively shaping the way its employees work.aws全区号（www.2km.me）提供aws账号、aws全区号、aws32v账号、亚马逊云账号出售，提供api ，质量稳定，数量持续。另有售azure oracle linode等账号.
KUALA LUMPUR: HSBC Malaysia has implemented a hybrid work model to “improve employees’ well-being and empower flexibility” as part of its commitment to the future of the work model.
The bank said said the hybrid work model would improve employee well-being and increase productivity as it moves to its new headquarters in Menara IQ at the Tun Razak Exchange (TRX).
“The new flexible working style will also see improved productivity as engagement between teams and customers become more purposeful,” it said in a statement.
HSBC has invested about RM1bil into Menara IQ at TRX as part of its commitment to enhance focus on work flexibility, providing a fit-for-purpose modern working environment and integrating the highest standards of environmental sustainability.
The hybrid work model is part of a global initiative to improve well-being, provide more flexibility and reduce the global office footprint by more than 3.6 million sq ft or around 20% by end-2021.
HSBC Malaysia country head of human resources Sugunah Verumandy said the bank is continuously proactively shaping the way its employees work.
“Hybrid working is not only about where we work, it is about how and when we work.
“We’re creating a culture that enables us to be at our best and deliver exceptional outcomes for our customers – a culture that promotes flexibility, collaboration, learning and well-being in both the physical and virtual workplace,” she added.
That said, HSBC Malaysia said it has provided its eligible employees with a one-time cash reimbursement for the purchase of office equipment, ensuring they have the necessary IT and security infrastructure to support large-scale work-from-home arrangements.
“Focus groups are also ongoing so that HSBC can continue to address the needs of its people and make hybrid and flexible work more sustainable,” it added.
HSBC Malaysia has also implemented various initiatives in support of mental and physical health, well-being leave and development day.
For mental health, the bank said employees have access to a global support service known as the Employee Assistance Programme.
“It is a free, independent and professional counselling service for HSBC employees and their dependents to get help on a wide range of issues,” it added.