Goldman Sachs will now offer 20 weeks of paid leave to all new parents.
That's more than any other Wall Street bank allows.
The policy change suggests that the bank is trying to maintain its edge in the war for tech talent, since tech companies tend to have more flexible leave policies.
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Goldman Sachs announced Monday that all new parents at the bank will receive 20 weeks of paid parental leave.
That's an increase from 16 weeks for primary caregivers, and...
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