Goldman junior bankers' reluctant return
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- Goldman Sachs has taken a hard line on getting employees back in the office, but junior bankers aren't as keen to come in.
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Goldman Sachs offices are open. But actually getting junior bankers to return full-time is proving tough.
Three sources told Insider that employees have been milling in and out on an ad hoc basis. Here's what we know about Goldman employees holding off on returning to the office full-time.
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