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Dimon Says Remote Work ‘Doesn’t Work’ for Younger Staff, Management

The JPMorgan chief said at Davos that working from home reduces “spontaneity,” even as Wall Street leaders acknowledge that full-time office attendance is a thing of the past 

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Jamie Dimon said working from home “doesn’t work” for younger staff or bosses, the Wall Street titan’s latest salvo against remote work.

“It doesn’t work for young kids or spontaneity or management,” JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s chief executive said in an interview with CNBC Thursday at the World Economic Forum in Davos, citing researching and coding as fields that can be done remotely. “There are jobs where it is reasonable.”