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Goldman Sachs CEO is summoning workers back to the office by June 14 – CNBC

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon told U.S. workers on Tuesday that the bank will require them to return to the office by June 14.

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Goldman Sachs told workers in the U.S. and the United Kingdom on Tuesday that the bank wants them ready to return to the office by mid-June as Covid-19 cases in those nations decline.
Goldman CEO David Solomon wrote in a message viewed by CNBC that, “in the US, we ask those who have not yet done so to make plans to be in a position to return to the office by Monday, June 14,” a move that makes the New York firm one of Wall Street’s first major banks to recall wide swaths of employees.
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