Chicago Tribune Features Sikich

Sikich’s remote work policy was highlighted in a Chicago Tribune article.

Even before the pandemic, Sikich was putting in place the infrastructure to enable most of our professionals to work whenever and wherever they want. As a result, the transition to remote work during the pandemic has been seamless for our company. Looking forward, we won’t go back to the way things were. Instead, CEO Chris Geier envisions a future where professionals are more empowered to make work fit their lives (as opposed to the other way around).

Read the feature here: COVID-19 vaccines move back-to-the-office plans closer to reality. Here are some key challenges for 2021.

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