With so much uncertainty continuing around the coronavirus, it might be next summer before most workers for private employers in the Washington, D.C., area return to the normalcy of their offices. That's according to a new survey led by the Greater Washington Partnership, an alliance of CEOs in the region, that finds that many companies remain unsure about how soon their employees will be allowed back in their offices. Nearly half of employers cited a high level of worry about the safety of their workers using public transit. Millions of Americans began working virtually in mid-March, when the pandemic first hit the United States. The study, conducted Aug. 10 to 28, surveyed about 430 employers, representing about 275,000 workers in Maryland, Virginia...
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Workers In Washington, D.C., Region Likely To Work From Home Until Next Summer