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New Employee Benefits to Fight Burnout at Goldman Sachs

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The impact of Covid 19 on organisations and their employees is yet to be fully quantified. One thing is clear though: burnout rate is increasing and impacting on the health of employees working from home, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. added new employee benefits, including higher retirement contributions, as part of a package of changes aimed at addressing worker burnout.

“We’re focused on delivering energy optimization, resilience and mental-health programs that support our people in caring for themselves and their families,” Bentley de Beyer, Goldman Sachs global head of human capital management, said Monday in an emailed statement.

Many other organisations may have to relook at burnouts and come up with solutions to deal with it holistically.

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