Major employers in the Big Apple are slowing down their plans to bring their employees back to their Manhattan offices amid growing worries about the hyper-contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus.
Just 41 percent of office workers are set to be back at their desks by the end of September, major employers told the city’s main business group, the Partnership for New York City, in its most recent survey released Wednesday.
That’s down 21 percent from the 62 percent that employers were planning for as recently as the group’s last survey in May.
However, it would still constitute a near-doubling of the current 23
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