JPMorgan reportedly stops paying for junior staff’s Ubers to work amid COVID-19

JPMorgan Chase will not pay for junior sales and trading staff to take an Uber to work, reversing actions the bank took after the COVID-19 pandemic to help staff feel comfortable about commuting to work, Bloomberg News reported. The change was communicated by managers last week, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday, citing people with knowledge of...
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