Kelley Kronenberg CEO Michael Fichtel is in no hurry to bring his nearly 400 employees back to their desks.

Productivity has stayed strong, even though the vast majority of the firm’s workforce has been working remotely since March. Billing and collections have been steady, although there has been a drop in work for the real estate department. The firm has not had to institute austerity measures, Fichtel said.

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