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    Current Employee - Finance Analyst in London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Finance Analyst in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at Experian full-time (more than a year)


    I've worked with some really ambitious people who have taught me a lot; largely what not to do. I've also learned to be more assertive and to not be afraid to voice my opinion.


    The company is fairly immature. It has grown rapidly and whilst this growth was occurring it seems things went relatively unchecked. It seems now as growth has slowed all of a sudden there is an attempt to use sticking plasters to fix the underlying issues. Also my experience is that unless you are a guy you will struggle to get promoted. To be honest you'd struggle to get employed.

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    Put a program in place to support the advancement of your female employees, we need some support because its pretty difficult to break through to that white male dominated senior team. As a FTSE 50 company Experian sets a poor example.

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