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3 days ago

Recruiting Coordinator – new

Citi Florence, KY

- Handles high volume hiring and onboarding for one or more of the following: Credit Card Operations, Retail Operations and Mortgage Operations… Citi


6 days ago

Sr. Programmer Analyst SAS

Citi Florence, KY

• Candidate must demonstrate extensive knowledge of database design and functionality. • Proficiency on multiple platforms including UNIX… Citi


24 days ago

Customer Service in Sales

Citi Florence, KY

Customer Service and Sales / Customer Specialist Representatives At Citi, we’ve been tackling the world’s toughest challenges and seizing its… Citi


24 days ago

Customer Service in Collections

Citi Florence, KY

At Citi, we’ve been tackling the world’s toughest challenges and seizing its greatest opportunities for over 200 years. The financial solutions we… Citi


24 days ago

Customer Service in Service

Citi Florence, KY

At Citi, we’ve been tackling the world’s toughest challenges and seizing its greatest opportunities for over 200 years. The financial solutions we… Citi


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    Former Employee - Applications Developer Senior Programmer Analyst in Blue Ash, OH
    Former Employee - Applications Developer Senior Programmer Analyst in Blue Ash, OH

    I worked at Citi full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    I was at the Blue Ash, OH location. There is a wonderful group of people at this. Everyone was very friendly (genuinely friendly!) I felt welcome from the first minute. The company also sponsored a lot of activities at the site - annual employee appreciation cookout in the summer, holiday lunch in December, lots of little 'feel good' activities that seem to have disappeared from a lot of companies. I had a strong sense that the upper management at the site was involved and engaged with the employees and felt that they were approachable if you wanted to talk.

    Cons

    It is a global company with a lot of folks from outside the US working at the site. As such, there was a lot of push to attend meetings and calls from 8am in the morning until late at night. Also a lot of sense that it was expected for you to be in the office during the core hours in addition to participating in those off hours calls. On top of that, they had what I will call a typical big company sense of being dysfunctional -- i.e. there were always a ton of meetings and very rarely would decisions get made. Also there was a lot of sense of folks trying to protect their territory even if that meant fighting for a solution/implementation that did not make sense. I almost don't want to word this as a con as I think some of it has to do with banking regulations and such but for me it was a con in that I frequently felt that I did not have proper access to the things (data and systems) that I needed in order to do my job. Again, this may be common in financial institutions so it may not be fair to word this as a con, but in the grande scheme it makes for a big headache for an employee who is used to getting things done.

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