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Citi, American Express, Cisco Systems and others say they spot a window to bring workers back together. After two years of remote work, companies including American Express Co., Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc. and Wells Fargo & Co. plan broader office reopenings in March.

After two years of remote work, companies including American Express Co. and Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc. plan broader office reopenings in March. Many executives say they are uncertain about what the future may hold, but feel confident that offices can at least reopen this month as Omicron cases fall.

Cisco Systems Inc. is reopening its U.S. offices on March 1. Like many employers, Cisco had planned to reopen its offices far sooner. The company had scheduled a broader return for February of this year. That got pushed back too, following the nationwide surge of cases tied to Omicron.

Cisco used to ask teams to map out their work schedules over the coming 90 days. The company now considers that too long of a time horizon. Plexiglass dividers and floor decals might not be permanent, but the pandemic will bring lasting change to offices.
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