Last October, Goldman Sachs did the unthinkable. They told their junior investment bankers to “take Saturdays off. From 9 p.m. on Friday until 9 a.m. on Sunday, all analysts and associates were required to be out of the office doing anything other than working.” Slate’s Alison Griswold takes a look at how that’s working out. (When investment bankers are working on Saturdays, what exactly are they doing?)

+ Do happy workers make richer companies? (Amazingly, that’s not a rhetorical question.)