JPMorgan to pay $1,000 bonus to frontline workers

Pedro Gonçalves
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JPMorgan Chase  is giving bank tellers and other "front line employees" who are unable to work from home in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic a one-time $1,000 bonus. After closing 1,000 of its roughly 5,000 branches this week, JPMorgan Chase has decided to reward its front-line employees for their efforts amid the flu-like pandemic. Employees will get the one-time payment in two $500 instalments to be paid out in April and May. All full- and part-time staff who have to do their jobs from an office or branch, and who make less than $60,000 a year or are based at a consumer banking...

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