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The companies calling staff back to the office five days a week

The companies calling staff back to the office five days a week
It's still relatively uncommon for large employers to require corporate staff to come into the office every day of their working week. (Image: Jutharat Pinyodoonyachet/The Wall Street Journal)
The Wall Street Journal
By Chip Cutter, with assistance from Sharon Terlep, Lauren Weber and Sarah NassauerUPS this week joined a small group of large companies pushing for a return to what has become an anomaly in American worklife: five days in the office.The delivery giant followed JPMorgan Chase and Boeing among employers requiring full-time attendance for at least some segment of their workforces.The push for in-person attendance Monday to Friday reflects a desire among top executives to fully repopulate offices and to return to pre-pandemic w...

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