Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says he expects over 70,000 of his employees to return back to its offices after Labor Day.
As for those who are unvaccinated, the company will work on a strategy to bring them back into the office.
Bank of American currently has over 210,000 employees globally.
“Right now, we’re moving people back who are vaccinated,” said Moynihan on Bloomberg Television. “We’re concentrating on getting them back to work, because that allows people to move about under the [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] guidelines without masks and things like that.”
The firm joins other banking firms such as JPMorgan Chase and Goldman Sachs who are currently bringing workers back into their U.S. offices.
So far, there does not seem to be any plans for remote or flexible work policies for Bank of America.