Goldman Sachs is requiring 20,000 U.S. employees being called back to the office to report their vaccination status by June 10, The New York Times reported.
“Registering your vaccination status allows us to plan for a safer return to the office for all our people,” said a company memo, according to the report.
Goldman CEO David Solomon has been notably hostile to the idea of remote work, which in February he called an “aberration that we’re going to correct as quickly as possible.”
Reporting vaccination status does not require proof at the company, but providing information about the date of vaccination and the maker of the vaccine is mandatory, the memo said. Employees who offer false information may be disciplined, including termination of employment, it added.