What is the work-life balance like at Goldman Sachs? If you’re going to take the leap and get a job at Goldman Sachs, you’ll want to know… will you be working from home, home for dinner, or never home?
Before we share all of the pertinent information you’ll need to decide about the work-life balance at Goldman Sachs, keep in mind that it is a massive company with 40,000+ employees. The salaries and work-life balance will vary greatly depending on the role, location, and skillset.
In this article, you’ll find one place to analyze what it is like to work (and live) as an employee at Goldman Sachs.
Goldman Sachs Overview
- Work-life balance rating: 63%
- Number of employees: 40,000+
- Average salary: $123,000 (according to Comparably)
- Average work week: 50-hour work week (according to Indeed)
- Remote work policy: Office first (according to Buildremote)
Work-Life Balance At Goldman Sachs: 63%
The work-life balance at Goldman Sachs gets a rating of 63%.
We calculated this score by taking the average work-life balance score from three reputable employee review sites. Since the sites have different rating systems (some use letter grades while others use star ratings), we put all ratings onto the same scale (0-100) and gave each site equal weighting.
- Glassdoor’s work-life balance rating: 3.1
- Indeed’s work-life balance rating: 3.2
- Comparably’s work-life balance rating: Not listed (not a great sign)
As an overall place to work (factoring in more than work-life balance) based on reviews from Goldman Sachs employees, the company gets a 4 out of 5 from Indeed and 4 out of 5 from Glassdoor.
According to Glassdoor, 77% of employees recommended working at Goldman Sachs to a friend and 83% approve of the CEO.
Take a look at our top 100 companies with the best work-life balance based on employee benefits offered.
Culture At Goldman Sachs: 79%
The work culture at Goldman Sachs gets a rating of 79%.
We calculated this score by taking the average culture score from three reputable employee review sites, putting all of their scoring systems onto a scale of 0-100, and giving each site equal weighting.
- Glassdoor’s culture rating: 3.9
- Indeed’s work-life balance rating: 3.7
- Comparably’s work-life balance rating: B
In recent years, we’ve learned more about company culture at Goldman Sachs through their return-to-office decisions. Goldman Sachs is one of just five Fortune 100 companies that are office first (that expect employees to be in the office five days per week).
Employee Benefits At Goldman Sachs
Goldman Sachs offers an array of employee benefits to its 40,000+ workers. Here is a summary of some of the top employee benefits at Goldman Sachs:
- Financial perks
- Family and parenting
- Vacation and time off
- Professional support
Visit Goldman Sachs’s employee benefits page to learn more.
At Buildremote, we track companies provide unique benefits that enhance the work-life balance for its employees. Goldman Sachs has shown up in the following research lists as a company that offers great paternity leave, donates to nonprofit, and has a great 401K match program. Click those links to learn more about other companies that provide those benefits as well.
Learn More About Work-Life Balance At Goldman Sachs
If you’d like to read more about the work-life balance at Goldman Sachs, visit one these three sites that provide great data. These were the sources for our culture and work-life balance ratings and they each provide helpful reviews from employees:
- Glassdoor: Read about common FAQs, employee reviews, and salary figures
- Comparably: Learn about the culture, leadership team, salaries, and city breakdowns
- Indeed: View employee benefits, employee reviews, and open positions
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