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Epic Systems delays return to in-person work amid pressure from employees, public health officials

CBS News Monday, 10 August 2020
Wisconsin based medical records software company, Epic Systems, had told its thousands of employees they would have to go back to the office starting Monday, over many of their objections. But now, in the wake of "CBS This Morning's" reporting and pressure from local public health officials, Epic is temporarily pushing back its plans. Anna Werner reports.
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