Goldman Sachs is making US workers report their vaccination standing forward of return to workplaces

Goldman Sachs is making US workers report their vaccination standing forward of return to workplaces

A pedestrian passes in entrance of 200 West Avenue, which homes the headquarters of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., in New York.Scott Eells | Bloomberg |

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A pedestrian passes in entrance of 200 West Avenue, which homes the headquarters of Goldman Sachs Group Inc., in New York.

Scott Eells | Bloomberg | Getty Photographs

Goldman Sachs is making its U.S. workers report whether or not they’ve taken one of many Covid-19 vaccines, in response to an inside memo despatched this week.

Staff should inform the New York-based financial institution by midday Thursday on their standing, in response to the memo. Final month, Goldman informed its workforce that they need to be ready to return to workplaces within the U.S. and United Kingdom by June 14.

“Registering your vaccination standing permits us to plan for a safer return to the workplace for all of our folks as we proceed to abide by native public well being measures,” the financial institution mentioned within the memo. “In consequence, it’s obligatory that you just submit your vaccination standing on the Cover app, whether or not or not you might be vaccinated.”

Whereas it’s legal for corporations to ask staff about their vaccination standing, they need to hold that info confidential. Many employers have been loath to power employees to take the vaccine or present proof of pictures, as a substitute counting on an honor system.

Till now, disclosing vaccination standing had been voluntary on the funding financial institution, which has about 40,000 workers globally, in response to the New York Instances’ DealBook, which first reported on the memo. Solely these staff who hadn’t already informed…



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