WORKPLACE; ; Office ghost towns await workers' return
Many firms in no rush to abandon teleworking, fully revive cubicle life.
Julius Linton's job as a shuttle bus driver in one of metro Atlanta's biggest office developments has become eerily quiet in the last few months.
There's no real rush hour around Sandy Springs' 63-acre Concourse. The parking decks are mostly empty. No long lines of riders wait for Linton to give them a lift to Perimeter Mall or a MARTA station. At quitting time, only a scattering of workers emerge from the high-...