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Why some Wall Street wolves have turned into time management lambs

Goldman Sachs, one of the companies that defends the return to the office against the flexibility of teleworking, however, will allow its senior employees to take as many vacation days as they want.

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Why some Wall Street wolves have turned into time management lambs

Goldman Sachs, one of the companies that defends the return to the office against the flexibility of teleworking, however, will allow its senior employees to take as many vacation days as they want. One wonders why the 'hawks' of time management have now become the 'doves' of flexibility, adopting an advanced strategy based on placing all trust in responsible employees. The debate about abusive hours, the measurement of productivity, new rewards, 'presentism' or new activity models, more complex and difficult to manage than that telecommuting that companies like Goldman Sachs have fought during the pandemic, returns.

Just two months ago, Goldman Sachs was asking its employees to return to the office five days a week, after an attempt to get employees back to the company's New York headquarters failed after it reopened in February.


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