Goldman Sachs chief praises staff for raising ‘inhumane’ work concerns

Mr Solomon said he expected Goldman to continue to face high demand from clients and emphasised the need to meet the challenge.And his address included a reminder that hard work brought rewards: “Just remember: if we all go an extra mile for our client, even when we feel that we’re reaching our limit, it can really make a difference in our performance.”

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