Goldman Sachs Wants Staff to Return to the Office 5 Days a Week

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Bloomberg has reported that Goldman Sachs is urging its employees to resume full-time office work following dissatisfaction among senior managers due to certain staff members not adhering to the company’s established five-day-a-week office presence policy.

In a publication, Goldman Sachs HR chief Jacqueline Arthur mentioned:

“While there is flexibility when needed, we are simply reminding our employees of our existing policy. We have continued to encourage employees to work in the office five days a week.”

Other companies such as Zoom, Meta, and Amazon are following the same path, demanding their employees prioritize onsite work rather than WFH.

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