A Wall Street Bank’s Hard-Driving Culture Pushes Traders Into the Office
Some employees at Bank of America’s New York headquarters say they fear pay cuts or job loss if they don’t show up and make money.
Andrew Ross Sorkin
With pressure on employees already in certain industries to be at work, on the other side of the curve, how much more pressure will there be before there is enough testing or measures to prevent spread? cc:
unannounced chromosomes, PhD
"a culture of old-school toughness", what an euphemism