JPMorgan’s Dimon expects only half his workers to return to office full-time

After nudging staffers back for nearly a year, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon acknowledged on Monday that he expects only about half his workforce will return to the office full time. 

“It’s clear that working from home will become more permanent in American business,” he said in his annual letter to shareholders on Monday.

Dimon’s remarks carry weight because not only is he the most admired banker in the business, JPMorgan is New York’s largest private-sector employer with more than 20,000 workers in the five boroughs. It is also the city’s largest commercial tenant, renting more than 9 million square feet of space. During the spring of 2021,

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