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Dimon Sees Lasting Damage If Workers Don’t Return to Offices

  • JPMorgan CEO sees ‘alienation’ from prolonged office absences
  • Offices are clean, ready for workers to come back, CEO says
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Watch: Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase & Co. chief executive officer, wants workers back in the office. (Source: Bloomberg)
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Jamie Dimon says it’s time to get people back to the office.

The JPMorgan Chase & Co. chief executive officer, who’s been going into the bank’s offices since June, said he sees economic and social damage from a longer stretch of working-from-home. Governments should be focused on cautiously reopening cities, learning from earlier mistakes made in hasty attempts, he said.