(London Guardian) Go home before midnight, and don't come back before 7am. Goldman Sachs – one of Wall Street's toughest firms – has told interns they have got to work hard, but not too hard.
The new rules, introduced for this summer's crop of investment banking interns, have been introduced "to improve the overall work experience of our interns", a Goldman Sachs spokesman said. All of its summer interns across the world were informed of the new working hours rule on their first day in the office earlier this month.
Wall Street's shift to caring capitalism comes in the wake of the death of a 21-year-old Bank of America Merrill Lynch intern who had regularly pulled all-nighters in a desperate bid to impress his bosses.
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