JP Morgan and Other Large Banks Delay In-Person Returns to the Office

January 4th, 2022, 12:00 AM

The highly transmissible omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus has prompted many executives to reconsider having employees return to the office. According to Financial Planning, many executives now do not foresee a safe opportunity for employees to be in the office together until January 31. 

Several of the country's largest banks have been aggressive with incentivizing employees to return to their offices. However, the effort has proved difficult as the new variant, albeit weaker than its predecessor variants, has increased the number of cases. 

Several banks have delayed in-person returns and have mandated employees receive a vacation booster if they are eligible before the return to office date. Other banks have decided to forego indoor group events, dinners, or functions this month.

Financial Advisor Transitions consults advisors nationwide to explore employment transition options and to preserve and protect their practice in any transition that they make.

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JP Morgan and Other Large Banks Delay In-Person Returns to the Office

January 4th, 2022, 12:00 AM

The highly transmissible omicron variant of the COVID-19 virus has prompted many executives to reconsider having employees return to the office. According to Financial Planning, many executives now do not foresee a safe opportunity for employees to be in the office together until January 31. 

Several of the country's largest banks have been aggressive with incentivizing employees to return to their offices. However, the effort has proved difficult as the new variant, albeit weaker than its predecessor variants, has increased the number of cases. 

Several banks have delayed in-person returns and have mandated employees receive a vacation booster if they are eligible before the return to office date. Other banks have decided to forego indoor group events, dinners, or functions this month.

Financial Advisor Transitions consults advisors nationwide to explore employment transition options and to preserve and protect their practice in any transition that they make.

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