Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon has made no bones of his desire to get staffers back to the office.
There’s unrest on the healthcare team at Goldman Sachs, where 11 junior bankers recently quit.
Six bankers left on the same day last week, Insider exclusively reported.
Bankers complained about long hours, intense demands, and disappointing bonuses.
At least 11 junior bankers at Goldman Sachs have quit in recent weeks, with six of them — all first-year analysts — handing in their resignations on the same day last week, according to a person close to the bank.
The analysts and associates were members of the ultra-elite Wall Street bank’s healthcare investment-banking team, and represented about one sixth of the team’s junior workforce in New York.
“It’ll definitely be stressful to the group” to handle this chunk of bankers exiting at roughly the same time, said one current US employee at Goldman. Now, senior bankers on the team may be apt to take their feet “off the gas pedal” in…
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