Established in 1974, our Tokyo office is the firm’s oldest in Asia. Located in the vibrant Roppongi Hills neighborhood, it is home to a childcare facility, wellness and meditation rooms, and a variety of clubs including flower arrangement, sign language, skiing and snowboarding.
People from our offices work in partnership with local nonprofit organizations on team-based volunteer projects to help them achieve their mission.
Through our speaker series, Talks at GS, Goldman Sachs convenes leading thinkers to share insights and ideas that are shaping the world.
Our wellness offerings are designed to enhance the health and wellbeing of our people including mindfulness classes, onsite health centers and state-of-the-art fitness facilities. We provide resources to help our people manage life outside of the firm at every stage from parent resources to adult care as well as counselling services and medical advocacy programs. Offerings vary by location.
Goldman Sachs provides a variety of benefits that vary by region but generally include the following features. Health care: a choice of medical plans, as well as prescription drug, vision and dental care plans. Insurance: life, disability and sickness, and business travel accident insurance plans. Holiday and vacation policies: a competitive offering of vacation time, generally based on employee status and years of service.
We take a person-by-person approach to talent development and foster an environment that values different perspectives, challenges conventional thinking and maximizes the potential of all of our people.
At Goldman Sachs, we support a culture of continuous learning, development, and apprenticeship that helps our people achieve their full potential.
We created Goldman Sachs University to help our people grow professionally – starting with their orientation and integration into the firm and continuing with ongoing development over the course of their careers.
From ongoing feedback to diverse talent programs, we’re committed to empowering our people to drive their own development and expand their horizons.
We emphasize an apprenticeship culture in which our junior team members learn by working closely with seasoned professionals. We believe this is critical to developing the next generation of Goldman Sachs leaders.