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49 W38th Street, Floor 12A New York NY 10016
Customer Support 1 (888) 551-3444 Toll Free
Customer Support (212) 431-3969
Elena Bajic
2006

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5 stars

(27)

4 stars

(41)

3 stars

(16)

2 stars

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Recommend to a friend

63%

Say this is a great place to work

59%

Proud to have on resume

73%

Most Helpful Positive Review

Former employee - Vice President

Fantastic work assignments in a challenging environment. I was able to work internationally in multiple European markets and learn how to value various healthcare companies. I was able to use my multiple languages daily.

Most Helpful Critical Review

- Associate

Credit Suisse is a traditional investment bank. There are hard working, motivated employees, who are there to earn their bonuses and break their backs to do it. There are not a ton of training opportunities, you do that for yourself on your own time. Most employees have advanced degrees. Do not expect them to train you, that is on you to do for yourself.

Current employee - Vice President

Needs improved Systems and bureaucracy

employee - Associate

Understand Swiss values about banking and culture. If you do not know them, learn them. The purse strings are controlled overseas. If you are on a trading desk, make certain you get your certifications and keep them active. You should find a mentor, join groups to learn more and advance your knowledge, and seek out the assistance of superiors to advance yourself. Do not expect that anyone cares about your goals or interests.

Employee - Associate

Credit Suisse is a traditional investment bank. There are hard working, motivated employees, who are there to earn their bonuses and break their backs to do it. There are not a ton of training opportunities, you do that for yourself on your own time. Most employees have advanced degrees. Do not expect them to train you, that is on you to do for yourself.

Former employee - Vice President

There is very little room for advancement. The company was great though when I needed time off for medical reasons and the benefits are good.

Former employee - Vice President

There is very little teamwork and communication is nonexistent.

Current employee - Senior Vice President

As the whole industry is going through massive changes, the organization is constantly in 're-org mode' - one would wish to work in a more stable environment, but those days are long gone.

Current employee - Senior Vice President

very entrepreneurial, you decide on your career

Current employee - Vice President

The work is very repetitive which wastes time.

Current employee - Vice President

It is very open and the people are very bright. They do not always listen well. Need to improve regulatory compliance.

Former employee - Vice President

Culture, business trending, technology innovation are the most important thing to know

Former employee - Vice President

Diversification, Innovation, Global Reach culture

Former employee - Vice President

Know that the employees are friendly

Former employee - Vice President

Company needs to Reward people for good work, eliminate dead wood.

Former employee - Vice President

it is a very political environment, so if politics is not your forte, you may not do well there. You may not be recognized for your performance, while others coast along and surf the Net.

Former employee - Vice President

some teams worked well together, while others maintained an 'us vs. them' attitude towards other teams.

Current employee - Associate

Needs Increase compensation in North Carolina office

Former employee - Associate

A better communication framework for employees, flat management organisation allowing and engaging entrepreneurship is needed

Former employee - Associate

Renowned bank with a good sense of results, an establishment in the industry

Former employee - Associate

A mix of experienced and young professionals, getting the chance to learn from the experiences people can share Too strict in terms of management approach and code of conduct with colleagues (afterwork events were not well received by management)

Former employee - Vice President

Needs more competition