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SETTLE IN –  We know some folks are eager to get back to the office full-time, but alas, those halcyon dreams of daily elevator rides and fridges filled with other people’s Tupperware may not become a reality until next year. Reporters Christine Simmons, Patrick Smith, Dylan Jackson and Brenda Sapino Jeffreys polled representatives from about a dozen big firms on the subject, and they all indicated they had not set a target date for returning to U.S. offices. And while several said they expected office attendance to be required in 2021, others said the remote work option would continue “indefinitely,” or until a vaccine becomes widely available. In the meantime, big firms are treating their offices as optional workspaces.

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