BlackRock Jobs & Careers in London, England

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5 days ago

Head of Real Estate Fund Admin EMEA

BlackRock London, England

The function is now recruiting for an experienced Real Estate professional to lead the teams specific to Real Estate (RE) Fund… eFinancialCareers


6 days ago

BlackRock Associate, Core Compliance

BlackRock London, England

Blackrocks Compliance Department protects Blackrocks reputation and provides client focused advice. It understands challenges and advises on the… eFinancialCareers


5 days ago

BlackRock Client Relationship Manager Trading & Liquidity Strategies Cash Manage

BlackRock London, England

Gain thorough understanding of the client base. Identify cross marketing opportunities and follow up with the client… eFinancialCareers


6 days ago

Advertising & Media Executive (VP)

BlackRock London, England

BlackRock^® is one of the worlds preeminent asset management firms and a premier provider of global investment management, risk management and… eFinancialCareers


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BlackRock Chairman and CEO Laurence D. Fink
Laurence D. Fink
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    The more you work the less it will be appreciated

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    Current Employee - Vice President  in  London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Vice President in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at BlackRock full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Had a few few years with BLK but all those started with me all left as they had ENOUGH.

    Cons

    Salary below Market Rate. Employee has to pay for the name to be on their CV
    Work Life balance was a nightmare... even when you had to take off for family reason, you still will be contacted to do some work
    HR only think about the business --- HR stands for Hardly Relevant
    Manager was very rude and had complaints addressed to HR... But all left the BAD stayed

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Review your HR team and also look into teams where you have lots of talented people leaving. Get the bad manager out and bring/keep the good ones. No need to do an employee survey and not learning from it.

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