Don’t get too comfy working remotely, says Goldman CEO

February 26, 2021, 11:24 AM UTC

David Solomon wants to make sure you don’t get too attached to your Rona Rigs.

The Goldman Sachs Group Inc. chief executive officer on Wednesday repeated his desire to see the firm’s offices fill up again.

“This is not ideal for us and it’s not a new normal,” Solomon said at a Credit Suisse Group AG conference. “It’s an aberration that we are going to correct as quickly as possible.”

The 59-year-old CEO has been one of the more vocal business leaders pushing government officials to move faster in making changes needed to bring employees back to work. He’s urged them to use private-sector support to speed up the process.

The Goldman CEO highlighted the need for newly hired analysts to get inducted into the Wall Street way from their office desk.

“I am very focused on the fact that I don’t want another class of young people arriving at Goldman Sachs in the summer remotely,” Solomon said.

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