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JPMorgan Doesn’t Have a Timeline for Returning to Offices Yet

  • Bank is planning to bring its employees back in waves
  • Company has formed a Return to the Office Task Force
Photographer: Peter Foley/Bloomberg

JPMorgan Chase & Co. said it doesn’t yet have a timeline for returning employees to offices and joined other major banks in saying it may take a more cautious approach than local governments once it does start reopening.

The company is planning to invite workers back in waves, with social-distancing guidelines affecting how many can come to a location at once, according to a memo to staff Thursday from the bank’s operating committee. Business leaders will prioritize who returns when, with employees getting at least two weeks’ notice before they’re expected back.