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Harbinger of the future? Consulting firm tells employees remote work can continue forever

CHICAGO - Professional services firm Sikich will allow employees to work from home permanently and plans to shrink the size of its offices in one of the most dramatic responses to the coronavirus pandemic in Chicago.

CEO Chris Geier recently told the Chicago-based company's more than 1,000 employees that remote work can continue "indefinitely," as part of a reduction in real estate already envisioned before offices all but shut down in

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