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27 days ago

Network Operations Support Engineer

Bloomberg London, England

Experience in Information Technology, Networking and Servers that form the Network Infrastructure is a must. The following experienc… Bloomberg


11 days ago

Network Operations Engineer

Bloomberg L.P. Hong Kong

- Support of the Bloomberg Private Wide Area Network for the APAC region. - Linux Server Support. - Nortel, Cisco and Juniper Router Support. - Data… Bloomberg L.P.


12 days ago

Senior Network Security Engineer

Bloomberg New York, NY

Bloomberg's R&D Network Design & Information Security (NDIS) group is responsible for the design, architecture, development and security for… Bloomberg


13 days ago

Network Engineer

Bloomberg Hong Kong

The candidate must have experience working with routers, switches and firewalls. The following experience is also… Bloomberg


19 days ago

Network Engineer

Bloomberg L.P. Frankfurt

-Design, implement, and support a global low-latency network infrastructure. -Install, configure, and optimize new network connections and equipment… Bloomberg L.P.


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    Smart people, but not always great managers

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    Former Employee - Operations in New York, NY
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    I worked at Bloomberg L.P. full-time (more than 3 years)

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    The perks and benefits were great. Open floor, transparent meeting rooms and stable software makes collaboration easy. Smart people worked there and I learned a lot.

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    Promotion can be difficult, managers showed favoritism or had crazy standards that made advancement difficult no matter how many ideas you came up with or how many hours you put in. Some of the leaders were not so great but no one, not HR nor their managers, seemed to care or want to do anything about it.

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    Listen to the number of employees who bring up issues about their manager. If a lot of people bring up the same issues, there has to be something to it.

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