The Royal Bank of Canada is asking its employees to return to the office three or four days per week, effective May 1.

In an internal memo, the bank said its senior leaders will finalize plans and provide updates to individual teams in the coming weeks, according to a report by Reuters, which noted an RBC spokesperson confirmed the details of the memo.

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Last year, RBC’s chief executive officer Dave McKay asked employees to return to the office more often, but said the hybrid work approach was “here to stay,” said the report.

Several Canadian financial institutions — including the Canadian Imperial Bank of Canada, the Bank of Montreal, Manulife Financial Corp. and Scotiabank — began shifting back to in-person work last March.