JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Jamie Dimon is seeking to bring employees back to the office.
This move is the first call by a major U.S. bank to mandate a return to offices for its entire U.S. workforce, with staffers being told they’ll need to come back in about two months.
The lender’s top decision-making body, led by Chief Executive Officer Dimon, said in a recent memo that it “would fully expect that by early July, all U.S.-based employees will be in the office on a consistent rotational schedule.”
“We firmly believe that working together in person is important for our culture, clients, businesses and teams, and we know that you’ll do your part to make it a positive experience that reflects our company at its best,” JPMorgan’s leaders wrote in the recent memo.
According to the memo, employee rotations at JPMorgan will be subject to a 50% occupancy cap until U.S. authorities revise their social-distancing guidelines.
The bank advised workers that “with this time frame in mind you should start making any needed arrangements to help with your successful return.”
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Edited by Jesus Chan
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