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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.
Excellent facilities on site.
Extremely long hours
I do not keep a good memory of that time in my life. While I do believe this is the perfect working environment for freshly out of college people with many challenges a highly fast paced and stressful environment, I do not trust this working environment to be adapted to staff over the age of 45.
Onsite restaurant & 2 coffee shops
very long hours on average over 12 hours per day
Team managers are generally terrible, mostly in place due to experience or business familiarity rather than any actual management ability. Micromanaging, blame-shifting, favouritism and petty politicking are standard. Uneven, unrealistic workloads. Lack of procedures and effective training Morale non-existant, toxic atmosphere within departments, lack of cooperation Overtime without pay is expected regularly Old technology and Byzantine support structures make tech issues convoluted and frustrating to resolve
Opportunity to work remotely, diversity and inclusion. There is great room for growth. Big canteen. Core Competencies Results Driven – strong ability to seek out, understand and deploy best practices at workplace, always with a focus on delivering reliable and timely responses to work responsibilities Resilience and Adaptability – Ability to work under pressure to very tight deadlines. Great multi-tasker. Ability to transition my skill sets & knowledge within and across departments. Participated in a number of projects and initiatives. Ability to work under pressure to very tight deadlines
Overal, Citi is a good place to work. Offers you security, the salary is average and benefits like insurance and a good pension scheme are a plus. Once in, there are opportunities to move departments (you need to stay at least one year in a role before applying and have a minimum average evaluation to apply).
The pressurized Work environment There are many times you are pressurized with work, working overtime with no pay, micromanagement. Negative work environment But the good thing is that you learn from each other and gain a considerable amount of knowledge
The people are wonderful to work with, there are many times you are pressurized with work, working overtime with no pay, favoritism in the part of the management. But the good thing is that you learn from each other and gain considerable amount of knowledge.
The job and the role itself give you the experience and exposure to move onto a much better role and work environment. or if you want to be micro-managed in a very patronising way this may just be the right place for you