Credit Suisse & Goldman Sachs | How these firms are tackling burnout culture

How these firms are tackling burnout culture

When disgruntled staff have shared their grievances with their employer, whether its regarding fair pay, better workplace facilities or allegations of sexual harassment, it then falls on the employer to monitor the situation and offer a solution.

And this is something that investment banks Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse have decided to do, following claims of unhappiness and working long hours among its workforce.

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