As of June 14th 2021, Goldman Sachs is requiring almost all employees to return to their New York City office, setting a clear divide between themselves and neighboring Wall Street company, Citigroup, who has a adapted a hybrid work schedule. The opportunities to return to office are optimistic, but also bring on anxiety for those who have adapted to the flexibility of remote work. What outcomes may this divide present to other Wall Street companies? What conflicts may arise from those returning to the office versus employees who choose to stay at home? How can these influential decisions set Goldman Sachs and Citigroup’s leaders apart?
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