As Gov. Mike DeWine lifts stay-at-home restrictions for general offices and a number of other business types in Ohio, some corporate office tenants will be reunited with the desks, proper office chairs and full-sized monitors they haven’t seen for weeks.
Employees of one 200-employee law firm in Cleveland will return as soon as Monday — but at one-third capacity. With the staff broken into three groups working from the office in shifts, individuals will work on-site a maximum of two days per week, indefinitely.
KeyBank is not in a hurry to bring its workforce of 11,000 out of remote work mode, and neither are many similar companies.
“While we have started to plan for our teammates who have been working remotely to return to their respective worksites, we are doing so cautiously and thoughtfully,” a KeyBank spokesperson told Cleveland.com, in what is becoming a common refrain.
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