Goldman Sachs is requiring boosters for its employees by February 1st.
Workers also must get tested twice a week starting in January.
Goldman Sachs has informed U.S. employees who are returning to offices they will have to get a COVID-19 booster shot, if eligible, by Feb. 1 in order to enter company premises as Omicron spreads throughout the country, while New York registers one of the highest infection rates.
Workers must also get tested twice a week starting Jan. 10, according to the recent directive by the finance firm, first reported by Bloomberg. Goldman was one of the main companies pushing for employees to return to their offices.
“It’s an aberration that we’re going to correct as quickly as possible,” Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon told Credit Suisse analyst Susan Katzke during Goldman’s Virtual Financial Services Forum, referring to remote work.
“This is not a new normal,” he added as he discussed how the company was doing everything it can to prevent no-direct-contact remote work.
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