EY Sticks to Remote Work for Now, Promises Flexibility

May 4, 2021, 5:45 PM

Ernst & Young LLP professionals may be working from home for a few more months as the firm’s leaders start looking to fill what are now largely vacant offices across the U.S.

“Our default in the U.S. is still, right now, work from home even though our offices are pretty much all open. But they are at very low capacity,” Carmine Di Sibio, EY’s global chairman, said during a Tuesday panel on the future of work held by Diligent Corp.

  • Prior to the pandemic, EY staff traveled, worked from client sites, or worked from home, in addition to ...

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