Surging Covid-19 Puts an End to Projected Return-to-Office Dates
If businesses have learned one thing from Covid-19, it is to stop trying to predict when they are going to be back in the office.
Companies across the U.S. said they were returning to the workplace in September, only to put off those plans when the spread of the Delta variant accelerated. Many of those same firms were poised to dust off their office desks in January. Now major banks, technology companies, and other firms have scrapped those plans thanks to the Omicron variant, and a sense that Covid-19 is going to linger longer than most first imagined.