Core to our culture is supporting our people and our communities. We're honored to be featured in Thrive Global's article, focused on our culture of well-being and service as central to the Goldman Sachs experience. The firm performed particularly well in the Thrive XM Index in areas like parenthood, caregiving, connection, and belonging.
In recognition of the theme “Be Proud of Your Past and Embrace the Future” for this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month in the Americas, the Firmwide Hispanic/Latinx Network (FHLN), sponsored a series of events to celebrate the contributions and diverse cultures within the Hispanic/Latinx community.
To continue making progress in further increasing the diversity of our workforce, we have set goals to double the number of campus analyst hires in the US from Historically Black Colleges and Universities and increase diversity across the Vice President level.
Goldman Sachs’ Head of Human Capital Management, Bentley de Beyer, shares how we are committed to investing in our people’s development and discusses the launch of a more tailored approach to performance management.
Goldman Sachs' Chief Diversity Officer, Erika Irish Brown, reflects on our inaugural celebrations of Juneteenth and Windrush Day.
Goldman Sachs' Chief Diversity Officer, Erika Irish Brown, shares guidance on contributing to the fight towards social justice and racial equity.
Goldman Sachs’ Head of Human Capital Management, Bentley de Beyer, shares how we are supporting our people around the world during the global health crisis.
Goldman Sachs launched several new family-friendly benefits that are designed to help our people manage the commitment to their careers while starting, growing and supporting a family. Learn more about the changes from our CEO, David Solomon.
In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, the Goldman Sachs Wellness team kicked off a Global Resilience Series in our offices around the world. The series offered programs and activities to help manage work and life priorities, strengthen relationships and improve overall well-being. Over 4,000 employees globally participated in the series.
Goldman Sachs colleagues share their parental leave experiences and how the firm’s wellness resources supported them during this transition.
Dane Holmes, executive vice president and global head of Human Capital Management at Goldman Sachs, announces the launch of the Goldman Sachs Neurodiversity Hiring Initiative, an eight-week paid internship program for people who identify as neurodiverse.
Goldman Sachs earns 100 percent on Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 17th annual Corporate Equality Index (CEI) scorecard on LGBTQ workplace equality.
At Goldman Sachs, we believe women’s empowerment is an economic imperative, and we’re proud to be included in the 2019 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI) – an index of companies recognized as global leaders in advancing women through their commitment to transparency in workplace gender reporting.
Throughout the month of October, Goldman Sachs recognized Disability Awareness Month by hosting several events focused on topics including autism, mental health, vision loss, and how employers can better support those with disabilities.
For the sixteenth year in a row, Goldman Sachs has been recognized by Working Mother magazine as one of the 2018 "100 Best Companies".
Over 500 Goldman Sachs employees recently packaged more than 100,000 meals in one day to support the ongoing relief and recovery efforts in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria.
Goldman Sachs has partnered with St. Joseph’s School for the Blind in Jersey City, NJ, to sponsor the 2017 Student Art Project themed “More Than Meets the Eye”. Students from St. Joseph’s and public schools in Jersey City collaborated to create art that celebrates their similarities and their differences.
Goldman Sachs was recently recognized for its efforts in promoting Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) inclusion in Hong Kong and Australia.
Seth Kramer and John McGuire, who work in our Services Division and our Executive Office, respectively, serve on the board of directors of INCLUDEnyc, a New York-based nonprofit that supports people with disabilities—from birth through age 26, and their families, by promoting positive education, employment and independent living.
In Afghanistan, sports are largely off-limits to women and girls. Drew Peterson, an Air Force veteran who served two tours in Afghanistan before he joined Goldman Sachs in 2014, ran with local Afghan women in the country’s second-ever marathon earlier this month.
Goldman Sachs hosted the twelfth annual Out for Undergrad Business Conference, bringing together LGBT students and sponsoring banking, consulting and financial services firms.
Brittany McLellan Fitzgerald, an analyst in Goldman Sachs’ Human Capital Management Division, volunteers for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Learn more about how she and her colleagues are making an impact with the organization.
Fourteen teams comprising 74 Investment Banking Division interns and summer associates competed on behalf of several charities in competitive pitches to panel of partners for $50,000 in Goldman Sachs Gives grants.
Paget MacColl, co-head of the Goldman Sachs Firmwide Women’s Network, shares the firm’s approach to encouraging employee engagement with the network and advancing the dialogue on gender in the workplace.
Goldman Sachs was given the Progression Award at the 2016 Business in the Community (BITC) Workplace Gender Equality Awards in London.
Goldman Sachs was proud to be a Gold Level sponsor of the Black Solidarity Conference and host of a career talk with global head of Human Capital Management Edith Cooper.
The Guardian reports on firms offering innovative childcare programs in the workplace and highlights Goldman Sachs’ onsite children’s centers in London, Tokyo and New York.
America Needs You—an organization founded by an alumnus of Goldman Sachs—helps low-income, high-achieving, first-generation college students reach graduation and move on to successful careers. Trier Bryant, Goldman Sachs' vice president for Americas diversity recruiting, talks to the Chicago Tribune about America Needs You’s important work.
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