Why Wall Street is in such a rush to get workers back to the office
Give up your sweatpants: Why Wall Street firms are insisting that employees return to the office?
Wall Street is insisting that employees return to their offices as soon as possible, says CNN Business journalist Matt Egan. He explains why the big financial firms are prioritizing doing business face-to-face. Their executives believe that having people work together confers a competitive advantage, strengthens corporate culture, and reduces the regulatory and security risks associated with remote work. But, given remote work’s widespread acceptance, will insisting on people’s presence in the office make veteran employees or prospective talent choose to work elsewhere?
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Matt Egan, a lead writer for CNN Business, covers Wall Street, energy and the day’s most important financial and corporate news.
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