Out with the old, in with the new.


In global HR news, US investment bank Goldman Sachs have decided to ditch their traditional dress code in the hope of attracting and retaining young talent in their tech departments. The bank, which is synonymous with the slick Wall Street corporate look, has casualised their dress requirements to cater for the contemporary and laid-back style born out of Silicon Valley. The decision could well set a precedence for other organisations to follow, as HR managers across the globe continuing to seek ways of improving employee engagement.

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