J.P. Morgan Sends Traders Home Again After One Tests Positive for COVID-19
RETURN TO THE OFFICE
An equity trader at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. tested positive for COVID-19, forcing the company to send some office workers home, reports Bloomberg. Employees were notified on Sept. 13, less than a week after office workers had begun returning after Labor Day, and three days after the bank told senior traders to report back to the office by Sept. 21. The company’s decision prompted praise from President Trump, who tweeted about the move on 9/11.