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Elena Bajic
2006

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5 stars

(27)

4 stars

(41)

3 stars

(16)

2 stars

(8)

1 star

Recommend to a friend

63%

Say this is a great place to work

59%

Proud to have on resume

73%

Employee - Vice President

Old school demagogue.

Employee - Associate

Work force is substandard. Credit Suisse cannot recruit top tier management talent. I was aware of improper / restricted activity by senior management. Extremely disappointing experience. Comp is below average.

Employee - Associate

I leave this employer off my bios.

Employee - Associate

"DON'T GET CAUGHT" & "Deny deny deny" culture

Employee - Senior Vice President

Senior management needs to be educated. Get most of the H1-B consultants off the project.

Employee - Senior Vice President

Just mind your own business and deliver 100%

Employee - Senior Vice President

The company is overrun by Indians. They have no respect for Americans and American culture. Sometimes you can't even here an English language for the whole day

Employee - Associate

Needs improved management turnstyle, no real leadership, old boys club. no real change

Employee - Managing Director

Given the current leadership and 'strategy', I would not recommend joining Credit Suisse. Currently, their only objective appears to be to cut any possible cost, without regard to profitability or control function.

Employee - Managing Director

There is a great deal of change afoot at Credit Suisse. If you are going to join this bank, you should do a lot of due diligence and really understand what it is you are going to do and for whom, ensuring you get a very strong commitment from them on your future with the firm. Get everything in writing as they have not been honoring previous commitments and are creatively interpreting contractual language to their benefit. And if you have an alternative, go elsewhere, at least until the dust settles.

Employee - Managing Director

Credit Suisse WAS a great place to work. Unfortunately, with the current changes and leadership, it is sadly no longer the case.

Employee - Associate

i can rate this bank based on my experience both prior and interacting with the bank as a former employee. it went from excellent to doubtful to continue

Employee - Managing Director

executive level management and structure needs to change

Employee - Managing Director

Old fashioned structures, strong hierarchical thinking, closed circle of friends - difficult to establish as a person to come from outside the organisation, thinking in silos

Employee - Managing Director

No culture

Employee

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

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.

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.

Employee - Vice President

There is very little teamwork and communication is nonexistent.

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.