Some big Georgia employers aren’t rushing to end pandemic teleworking

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Some businesses have turned their lights back on in Georgia: Restaurant dining rooms and hair salons have reopened, and malls are inviting in customers. Yet many corporate offices in metro Atlanta remain eerily quiet.

Many of the biggest companies are in no rush to see their desks filled with staffers who have been working from home during the coronavirus pandemic. Coca-Cola Company, UPS, Home Depot, Delta Air Lines, Southern Company, AGCO and other local employers say they have no set timeline for teleworkers to return. Some other workers might not be sitting inside offices again until the fall or even next year.

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