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Goldman Tries Kinder, Gentler Workplace To Keep Top Young Talent

October 30, 2013

Entry-level jobs at Goldman Sachs will be more secure and less demanding as the firm adjusts workplace policies to keep junior bank analysts from being tempted to leave for rival companies. Among the changes Goldman will institute based on recommendations from a junior banker task force are: discouraging new employees from working weekends; eschewing two-year contracts in favor of making young workers full time employees right away; more predictable hours; and more chances to give feedback on management.

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