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InnerCircle 2022 convenes HR leaders to discuss possibilities of “maximize potential”


Employers 06.23.2022 1 MIN

From June 8–10, HR leaders from across Corporate America gathered together at the InnerCircle conference to discuss key strategies for maximizing potential at their companies. To kick off the 33rd annual InnerCircle, Larry Restieri, Co-Head of Personal Financial Management Group at Goldman Sachs, and President and CEO of Goldman Sachs Ayco, explained how this year’s theme “Maximize Potential” relates to the expectations of today’s workforce.

Highlighting the four pillars of InnerCircle, compensation, benefits, talent and culture, Larry spoke about the power of convening HR leaders from across Corporate America to find solutions for the challenges facing their organizations.

 

Key Takeaways

  • The workplace has changed in the post-pandemic world.
  • Employees are increasingly looking for a balanced view of work and life. That shift has forced employers to take an honest look at their practices and re-evaluate how they prioritize the well-being of their workforce.
  • Goldman Sachs’ People Strategy Report shows our firm’s commitment to supporting world-class talent—and how our view of benefits changed to address employees’ needs.
    • 4,000 employees took advantage of COVID-19 Family Leave last year.
    • 14,000 employees engage in new Global Resilience Programming.
  • Maximizing potential through compensation and benefits lifts up individuals, their families, teams and organizations in a mutually beneficial way.  

 


Companies who are most successful at attracting and retaining talent offer a full employee experience, fueled by dynamic benefit packages and a culture that encourages employees to seize the intangibles of life.”

—Larry Restieri, CEO Goldman Sachs Ayco Personal Financial Management


 

Read more insights from the 33rd InnerCircle conference.

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