Goldman Sachs Delays Return To Office For U.S. Staff – Here’s Where Wall Street Firms Stand On In-Person Work

1/14/2022 7:44:00 AM
Goldman Sachs Delays Return To Office For U.S. Staff – Here’s Where Wall Street Firms Stand On In-Person Work

A growing number of Wall Street firms are mandating Covid-19 vaccines.

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The bank’s decision came as the recent surge in the omicron variant is pushing back Wall Street firms’ plans to resume in-person work

A growing number of Wall Street firms are mandating Covid-19 vaccines.

TangentWall Street firms’ efforts to bring workers back to the office is encouraged by New York City mayor Eric Adams. Adams islarge employers to resume in-person work schedules as soon as possible, saying in an interview with Bloomberg TV last week, “You can’t run New York City from home.”

Big Number62.7%.That’s the percentage of Americans who had been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 as of Wednesday, totaling some 208 million people, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Studies have suggested that being fully vaccinated effectively reduces the possibility of hospitalization or developing severe disease even after people test positive for the virus. Nearly four in 10 fully vaccinated people had received a booster shot.

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Goldman Sachs Delays Return To Office For U.S. Staff – Here’s Where Wall Street Firms Stand On In-Person Work Goldman Sachs , one of the most aggressive Wall Street firms committed to in-person work, pushed back bringing U.S. staff back into the office for the second time in less than two weeks to February 1.

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