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  • CEO
    Jane Fraser
    82%
    approve of Jane Fraser 's performance
  • Founded
    1812
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than €8B (EUR)
  • Industry
    Financial Services
  • Headquarters
    New York, NY
  • Link
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MRC Service Representative in Dublin
on 20 August 2020
Very demanding environment. You are required to work at least 10 hours overtime per week. Often double that.
Very demanding environment. You are required to work at least 10 hours overtime per week. Often double that. I really struggled because I had a baby but nothing was taken into consideration. I was diagnosed with a brain tumor and needed surgery, when I returned my job was gone. I was offered a menial position. This was just the start of constructive dismissal. I never got another pay rise or promotion.
Kyc Operations Analyst in Dublin, County Dublin
on 22 August 2022
Toxic work environment
I should have trusted pervious reviews before I started so please take this as a sign.Management and team leaders give no support and speak to you in a child like manner , constant micro managing happening across the board.While my job role is posted as a hybrid position upon training in my job and speaking to other colleagues it seems you need to be doing your ‘best’ and impressing your team leader before you get the chance to be sent home to work 2 days from home.Smart remarks and negative attitudes from management is the main reason I left , the salary is amazing but now I get the reason for the HUGE turnover in staff, they’re not leaving Citi to go to a better position or job they are leaving this toxic workplace and management.Training is overwhelming, lonely and very badly put together and left with no direction, biggest regret was leaving my last job to come here. It’s a horrible environment to work in since I started 3 months ago 4 people out of my training group have left and all Citi do is hire more without addressing the issues with management why all their staff leave.
KYC Operations Analyst in Dublin, County Dublin
on 26 May 2022
Terrible
Endless bureaucracy.Many reports and metrics to track things to the extreme, most of which is not needed. Very heavy workload, frequent trainings to stay up to date with changes in how things are done but these are rarely paid attention to as of the high respective workload.Very competitive nature with metrics released daily comparing your performance against your team members.Absurd that there are mostly appraisals to gauge performance rather than one or two a year like one company.Great place to start a career if you're money hungry.Great benefits and well paid compared to other banks in the area, often 5k -10 k higher per annum depending on the bank that Citi is being compared to.However, none of us these benefits or salary would convince me not to job hunt whilst working here.The work environment is chaotic.Help when you need it is at hand but not ideal at times as of the workload. After two weeks of zoom training, you're expected to be competent with only policies and standards to tread through for guidance.Avoid working at Citi if you're sane and value your wellbeing.
AML Compliance Analyst in Dublin, County Dublin
on 2 February 2022
Understaffed, stressed and chaotic work environment where everybody has to fight for their own survival.
Cannot recommend to anyone unless you are fully trained and confident in the role already. You will be thrown into the deep end without any further support or training materials to refer back to apart from policies and standards. 2 weeks initial training and after that you will have to figure the rest of the job and systems out yourself. You are meant to have a training buddy but realistically the team members are so under pressure that they are not in a position to help or train new staff. Management style differs vastly throughout the teams and with the wrong manager you have a huge disadvantage. You are expected to reach at times unfair targets and if you need to work through the whole weekend unpaid to reach it so be it.
Asset servicing rep in Dublin, County Dublin
on 23 December 2021
Micromanagement, not up to date
stayed too long, too many managers,nepotism and unqualified team leads. No team spirit, blame colleagues to get up. Good to start but not good to progress

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