Wells Fargo postpones its return-to-office plans indefinitely

CHARLOTTE — Wells Fargo & Co. this week postponed its return-to-the-office plans indefinitely amid the surge in the Omicron variant.

“Given the changing external environment, we are delaying our return-to-office plans,” the bank said in a statement. The bank told employees that it will provide them with more information early next year on the company’s return-to-office plans.

The San Francisco bank, with about 275,000 employees, had planned to start bringing back employees who have been working from home on Jan. 10. The January date followed earlier delays in the bank’s return-to-work plans that were originally scheduled to start after Labor Day and then postponed until Oct. 4 and later Nov. 1.

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