Charles Schwab Corp. has revised its recent edict that all nonessential employees take mandatory vacation days to help cut costs and shore up waning profits.

In a memo sent to Schwab’s 26,000 employees on Thursday, Beth Sawi, the San Francisco financial services company’s chief administrative officer, said that it will not require some staff members to take days off.

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