- Firms like JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs are charting a path for bringing their workers back to the office.
- Surveys have shown that workers report fear and high levels of stress about physically heading back.
- Here’s a look at firms’ timelines for calling workers back, some of which are starting now, and others which won’t kick in till 2021.
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With the afterglow of Labor Day in the rearview mirror, and six months of remote work having reshaped much of how Wall Street does business, industry executives are laying the groundwork for plans and timelines to get back to work the old fashioned way.
Not everyone has been looking forward to this return to a more normal semblance of work, however.
In June, Korn