Posts Tagged “Employee Activity”
by Wall Street Job Report on May 22, 2012
College graduation season is winding down, and despite all the negativity surrounding the financial industry in the last year, lots of those newly minted graduates are still heading to Wall Street.
by Wall Street Job Report on May 16, 2012
When it comes time for a meeting, co-workers can be deadly. Discussions get hijacked. Long-winded colleagues consume all available oxygen, killing good ideas by asphyxiation.
by Staff Writer on March 28, 2012
A memoir being shopped by former Goldman Sachs derivatives director Greg Smith is regarded by some publishers as the next “Liar’s Poker” and may fetch well north of $1 million at auction, says someone involved in the process.
by Wall Street Job Report on March 26, 2012
Random poll: is the guy or girl who sits next to you at work a) forgoing a chair and instead squatting in front of his/her computer b) doing lunges and push-ups behind you or c) breathing alarmingly heavily and sweating profusely post-desk side workout in which he or she shouted things like “Market’s going up! Heart rates going up!”?