Many of these firms have allowed at least some, if not most, employees to work from the office during most of the pandemic. Goldman began a gradual return to the office last summer, with temperature checks and other new safety protocols. At least one other major financial firm has signaled its desire to return to the office in fuller force this summer. JPMorgan Chase, the nation’s biggest bank, plans to open all its U.S. offices on May 17 for employees who wish to return voluntarily. A compulsory return will follow in July, when workers will rotate in and out of the office in accordance with safety measures that will limit capacity at each office.
Source: New York Times May 04, 2021 12:47 UTC