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Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC Shanghai

* Specialise in an area of coverage, according to skills and experience (e.g. language ability, experience of particular countries), as directed by…

30+ days ago

Senior Reporter

Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC New York, NY

The ideal candidate would have working knowledge of real estate lending and/or fixed income markets. Excellent writing, source development and…

30+ days ago

Account Manager - LatinFinance

Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC United States

LatinFinance is the foremost editorial authority on banking and capital markets in Latin America & the Caribbean. For over 25 years…

4 days ago

Purchasing Specialist

Institutional United States

include: • Delivering the budget savings by effectively providing negotiation proposals for portfolio of raw material categories and by driving… Glassdoor

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Christopher Fordham
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    Former Employee - Marketing

    I worked at Euromoney full-time for more than a year


    First job so was given a lot of responsibility. My job had a lot of variety so I learnt a great deal even if it was too much or overwhelming at times. Because everyone moans about the company so much you do build up a great camaraderie with your colleagues which helps through the bad times.


    Lack of managerial support. Managers who have never done your job so don't understand what you need to do when there is a problem. No chance to progress because there are no annual reviews (unless you ask for it) and managers don't really care about your career progression unless you work in sales. Completely and utterly devoid of any staff culture- bad pay, no staff do's, 20 days holiday (you have to take 3 days from that 20 days over the Christmas period- it's mandatory). Sales is the be all and end all in this company and no one else's work is ever worth mentioning.

    Director's remind you of old fat cat pin stripe wearing directors from the 80's. In fact, the whole company is run by an old boys club. No innovation allowed. Only profit margins.

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    Short termist strategy of focusing solely on profits to the detriment of staff morale, quality of work and desire to grow the company through innovation and change will cost you one day. It's a poisonous atmosphere to work in when you don't hear staff mention one good thing about the company in day to day life.

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