JPMorgan CEO says that working remotely 'does not work' for young people and those who want to 'hustle'

Posted On: May 11, 2021   |   Posted By: Business Insider

JPMorgan CEO says that working remotely 'does not work' for young people and those who want to 'hustle'

Summary List Placement Jamie Dimon is sick of Zoom meetings and sees plenty of downsides to not working face to face with people.
The JPMorgan CEO said that he's ready to leave video calls behind and get back into the office as soon as possible, in remarks at the The Wall Street Journal's CEO Council Summit on Tuesday.
When the coronavirus pandemic forced JPMorgan employees - and many others - to work from home, it "accelerated a trend," Dimon said.
"But it does not work for young people," he added. "It doesn't work for those who want to hustle."
The Wall Street Journal's editor-in-chief, Matt Murray, asked Dimon about his personal feelings on Zoom meetings and remote work.
"I'm about to cancel all my Zoom meetings... I'm done with it. I'm going to Boston today," Dimon responded.
The CEO has spoken critically about remote work during the coronavirus pandemic, citing the need for a hybrid work model that's flexible but still works for "the company and the clients." He's previously said simply letting everyone...

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