Goldman Sachs has traditionally been the epitome of a Wall Street investment bank. Though they have fallen under serious criticism in recent months, they still rank in the top 10 places to work. You may be wondering what this has to do with anything I am saying, but I believe that Goldman Sachs is succeeding as a firm and is a top 10 place to work, becasue of their HR strategies that are being used in positive ways to help better the company. Goldman offers it employees nearly everything, for example at their new headquarters in NYC, they have a gym, pharmacy, doctors office, day care, cafeteria, coffee shop, and many more events. Because Goldman employees do not have to leave work and travel an hour each way to various appointments and other places, Goldman employees are able to produce more business for the company. I think this is a critical attitude many companies need to begin adopting and that is: if your employees are happy, they will produce more. I think Goldman’s strategy of how it treats its employees is a key factor as to why GS is doing as well as it always does.