Goldman Sachs urges 6,000 staff to get jabbed and back to their desks

Goldman Sachs urges 6,000 staff to get jabbed and back to their desks
Goldman Sachs urges 6,000 staff to get jabbed and back to their desks
Goldman Sachs urges 6,000 staff to get jabbed and back to their desks as city slackers are blasted for heading to the office three days a week Goldman Sachs bosses want their entire 6,000 staff to return to the office Move will heap pressure on government to get civil servants back to their desks Rift develops between those who favour the office full-time and those opposed

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Goldman Sachs has urged its entire 6,000-strong workforce in the UK to return to the office from tomorrow.

An internal memo sent to employees at the US banking giant says they will no longer be required to socially distance and encourages those not yet vaccinated to get jabbed.

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‘Seating will return to full occupancy, meaning we will be able to welcome all of our people in the UK back into the office,’ says the memo from Richard Gnodde, chief executive of Goldman Sachs International.

An internal memo sent to employees at the US banking giant says they will no longer be required to socially distance and encourages those not yet vaccinated to get jabbed. Prince Charles is pictured above at Goldman Sachs HQ in London in July

An internal memo sent to employees at the US banking giant says they will no longer be required to socially distance and encourages those not yet vaccinated to get jabbed. Prince Charles is pictured above at Goldman Sachs HQ in London in July

The move will heap pressure on central and local government to do more to get civil servants

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