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U.S. private equity giant banishes staff from the office for 14 days if they use buses or trains, over coronavirus fears

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Staff at asset manager Carlyle Group have been told that if they use public transport over the weekend, they should work from home for 14 days (David Cliff/NurPhoto via ZUMA Press)

Employees at global asset manager Carlyle Group have been told to avoid public transport when is offices reopen around the world. 

They must avoid public transport on their commute, and if they use public transport over weekends, they should work from home for 14 days, according to one report.

Staff are expected to walk, bike or drive to the company’s offices, including in New York and Washington, D.C. as it looks to…



Source marketwatch.com

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