JPMorgan still wants employees to return by February 1
“Across the US we are seeing a rapid increase in Covid-19 cases related to the Omicron variant,” JP Morgan said in the memo. “With an increase in holiday travel and gatherings, we are allowing for more flexibility during the first two weeks of January.”
JPMorgan stressed that it “is not changing our long-term plans to work in the office” — and that employees will be back soon.
“We expect everyone to return to their office schedules no later than February 1,” the memo said.
‘Please get a booster’
JPMorgan encourages all employees to be vaccinated, to be tested before returning to the office after holiday travel or gatherings. Unvaccinated employees are required to be rapidly tested at least twice a week before entering JPMorgan facilities.
JPMorgan urges employees to get vaccinated and promoted.
“Please get the booster,” the memo said. “The booster has been shown to further reduce the risk of serious illness from COVID-19.”
By December, the Morgan Stanley boss went back on that decree.
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