Mail & Guardian
Multinational investment firm Goldman Sachs has become embroiled in a scandal after junior bankers complained of inhumane working conditions. Earlier this week a presentation by 13 aggrieved juniors was leaked to the media.
The first-year bankers said they were forced to endure long working hours, The Guardian reported. A staff member also spoke to the publication, under the condition of anonymity, about 18-hour shifts that left juniors earning less than a living wage. According to the anonymous staffer, conditions worsened when remote working became the norm. Goldman Sachs chief executive David Solomon reportedly responded to the presentation in a recorded message. “We want a workplace where people