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Elena Bajic
2006

(10)

5 stars

(43)

4 stars

(33)

3 stars

(10)

2 stars

(3)

1 star

Recommend to a friend

67%

Say this is a great place to work

64%

Proud to have on resume

76%

Employee - Associate

Abusive behavior of seniors

Employee - Senior Vice President

The firm needs to be more forward looking. Too many actions are taken to meet analysts' quarterly earnings expectations. As a result, programs designed to have longer term benefits are sometimes delayed indefinitely only to be implemented urgently (and often badly) in the future.

Employee - Senior Vice President

It is a big company with muck to learn if you take the initiative. Take advantage of that and try to work in multiple departments to expand your skills, knowledge and network. It is up to you to network and find your next opportunity. Keep moving while you are there. If not, you will fall behind.

Employee - Senior Vice President

Jin the specific group I worked in the culture was not good. It was a time of a management change so it was an "every man for himself" environment.

Employee - Vice President

I would change Everything

Employee - Vice President

The culture needs to change. Things are just not the same. Individual is no longer valued.

Employee - Vice President

Individual and personal circumstances are not valued.

Employee - Vice President

Does not value the individual.

Employee - Senior Vice President

That company is huge to make progress on project work is extremely hard. It is not a trusting environment. As it relates to people, the skills to manage are extremely lacking. Upper Management is clueless, since they rely on the voice of employee survey which is skewed.

Employee - Senior Vice President

The culture is to be constantly to be afraid to voice your opinion. Although there is a voice of employee, employees are afraid to express their voice for fear they might lose their job. Management runs the department by fear for your job at all times. It is atmosphere of fear and misery.

Employee - Analyst

Certain investment banking groups at the firm have very difficult cultures

Employee - Associate

staff is too snobbish at times

Employee - Associate

this firm invests into its people wellbeing and professional development. i know almost no-one among my former colleagues who can say they don't love citi after they left it. almost every former citi employee i know says its the best firm he/she had ever worked for. personally do love the firm and would happily work again for it.

Employee - Associate

overall very friendly, professional and helping people -- 99% of staff are great.

Employee - Analyst

I would change the stupid elevators at 388 More programs encouraging women

Employee - Managing Director

Of the big shops Citi/Salomon is one of the better more stable places to work. Compensation is good and work culture is aggressive but not cutthroat.

Employee - Managing Director

They take pride in everything they do.

Employee - Managing Director

The attitude is get the trade done whether it was investment banking, securities trading, or other transactions. Analytical and other support was always first rate and collaberative in sourcing and concluding business.

Employee - Vice President

People treat each other with respect and with self-esteem.

Employee - Vice President

Citi is actually a multi-cultural environment and diversified organization.