praises JPMorgan Chase for ordering workers back to office

Donald praises JPMorgan Chase for asking senior managers to go back to the office and says it will 'always be better than working from home' on Friday praised bank's plan to bring senior managers back to office JPMorgan Chase told traders of the plan on Wednesday in a conference call Sales and trading managers must return to the Manhattan headquarters  The order does not apply to all trading staff as the WSJ originally reported Only 26% of Manhattan employers expect office workers to return this year 

By Keith Griffith For Dailymail.com

Published: 16:02 BST, 11 September 2020 | Updated: 17:43 BST, 11 September 2020

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President Donald has praised JPMorgan Chase & Co for a plan to bring some senior managers back to its offices on September 21.

'Congratulations to JPMorgan Chase for ordering everyone BACK TO OFFICE on September 21st. Will always be better than working from home!' said in a tweet on Friday.

A source familiar with the matter told DailyMail.com on Thursday that JPMorgan's plan to bring sales and trading employees back to the office in late September was only directed at senior managers, contradicting earlier reports that all workers in those departments would be returning. 

Trading chief Troy Rohrbaugh and Marc Badrichani, the bank's global head of sales and research, delivered the message in conference calls with senior managers on Wednesday morning, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter. 

President Donald has praised JPMorgan Chase & Co for a plan to bring some senior managers back to its offices on September 21

JPMorgan Chase & Co executives have reportedly told senior employees of the bank's sales and trading operation that they and their teams must return to HQ (above in a file photo)

JPMorgan Chase & Co executives have reportedly told senior employees of the bank's sales and trading operation that they and their teams must return to HQ (above in a file photo)

Employees with child-care issues and medical conditions that make them more vulnerable to coronavirus complications can continue working from home, according to the report.

A spokesperson for JPMorgan declined to comment when reached by DailyMail.com.

A source familiar with the matter told DailyMail.com that the bank believes working in the office strengthens culture, creates a

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