- Goldman Sachs wants to get US staff back in the office by mid-June, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
- The rumours come as Wall Street decides whether to let employees work remotely, in the office, or both.
- CEO David Solomon has said that remote work has had an “enormous impact” on bank operations.
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Goldman Sachs is planning to get US employees back to the office by mid-June, Bloomberg reported Tuesday, citing people with knowledge of the matter.
The bank has not yet informed staff of the plan, according to the report.
Insider has reached out to Goldman Sachs for comment.
Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon has previously said the firm would allow its employees back into the office as soon as possible, saying remote work has had an “enormous impact” on bank operations.
Read more: JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon expects the bank’s employees will back in the office ‘within weeks’ and going maskless by October
In an email to incoming summer interns in March, Goldman Sachs said it was planning on holding its summer internship program in the office for those who can safely travel to its offices.
Some of the bank’s UK staff are already back in its London offices. Nearly 200 of the bank’s 6,000 London employees have returned, according to a report by The Guardian in April.
Wall Street is beginning to ask staff to return to the office: JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon said on April 21 that workers would start returning to the office within weeks. Half of JP Morgan’s corporate workforce would be back full time in September, Dimon said, and he expected employees to not wear masks in the office by October.
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