(New York) A team of newly hired analysts at Investment Bank Goldman Sachs has prepared a very formal presentation complaining about the many hours and stress of their jobs and suggesting that an 80-hour week would be more appropriate.
As a document designed for clients, The exhibition is made up of eleven pages with figures and graphics.
98 hours a week, on average
This is based on a survey of thirteen first-year employees, who say they have worked an average of 98 hours a week since the beginning of the year, getting five hours of sleep a night and getting an average of 3 hours of sleep in the morning. During the week ending Saturday, February 13 – the day the employee delivered the questionnaire – the respondents reported working 105 hours.
Their mental and physical health was significantly reduced; 77% of them believe they have been “professionally abused”.
“My anxiety level exploded because I couldn’t sleep anymore,” one of them said in the document.
I know the hours don’t go from 9am to 5pm, I don’t know if it goes from 9am to 5am.
Goldman Sachs employee
To “fix the situation”, the show should be at 80 hours a week at “maximum capacity”.
The show began airing on social media on Wednesday before being available on Twitter.
Goldman Sachs did not immediately respond to an AFP request.
With La Press