Tory Summey was quoted in the Charlotte Business Journal on how banks and other companies are adjusting their plans as more employees receive COVID-19 vaccines.
Tory said more companies are tracking how many of their employees have received the shot, which helps gauge return-to-office planning and whether they need better incentives to encourage vaccination. He noted that even with vaccinations increasing, the workplace will still look different for many employers.
"I think the workforce has kind of changed irrevocably in a lot of ways," Tory said. "There's likely going to be more flexibility and a lot more demand for remote work and things like that as ordinary course of business."
Subscribers can read the full article here: Local financial-services employers sticking to voluntary Covid-19 vaccine requirements.
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