Bank of America said Friday morning it would be studying how to improve the work-life balance of the institution’s junior staffers, a week after a 21-year old summer intern working for the bank’s investment banking unit unexpectedly died. Moritz Erhardt, an intern in London, had been a week shy of completing his term with the bank when he died on Aug. 15.
“We are going to be looking at our entire junior population,” John McIvor, a spokesman for the bank, said in a phone interview from London. “We are going to listen to our employees at all levels. This isn’t just about hours