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In response to concerns raised about its long-hours culture, Goldman Sachs has introduced a new policy allowing senior staff to take unlimited holidays, Your Content has learned.
The investment banking giant aims to address complaints by giving partners and managing directors the freedom to decide the number of paid leave days they require.
Recognizing the importance of rest and rejuvenation, the initiative aims to encourage a healthier work-life balance and combat the prevalent issue of excessive working hours.
With no cap on the number of vacation days, senior staff members are empowered to take time off as needed to rest and recharge.
Goldman Sachs’ move to grant unlimited holidays for senior bankers represents a proactive step towards promoting employee well-being and fostering a more sustainable and balanced work environment, according to BBC News.