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2 days ago

Services - Corporate Services and Real Estate - Administrative Assistant – new

Goldman Sachs Jersey City, NJ

Goldman Sachs


15 days ago


14 days ago

Finance, Controllers, Funding - Unsecured Funding, Associate

Goldman Sachs Jersey City, NJ

Goldman Sachs


15 days ago

10 days ago

Operations - Data Quality Management - Analyst

Goldman Sachs Jersey City, NJ

Goldman Sachs


8 days ago

Technology - LCA Technology - Control Room Compliance Developer

Goldman Sachs Jersey City, NJ

Goldman Sachs


15 days ago

15 days ago

Finance, Controllers, IMD AIMS Fund Controllers, Associate

Goldman Sachs Jersey City, NJ

Goldman Sachs


17 days ago

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Goldman Sachs Chairman and CEO Lloyd C. Blankfein
Lloyd C. Blankfein
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    Current Employee - Vice President in Jersey City, NJ
    Current Employee - Vice President in Jersey City, NJ

    I have been working at Goldman Sachs full-time

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    Pros

    Good on resume Good Benefits and meeting some talented folks

    Cons

    constant cost cutting initiatives. Goldman technology feels they are great in technology and different than other firms.Surprisingly these comments only come from people who have never worked outside the firm. Reality is that they are not really different and in fact their technology is very out dated resulting in hard work for people and difficult release cycle. Everyone I meet has a constant fear of layoffs. They are just hanging in there till the inevitable layoffs happens Not a good option for 10+ years experience laterals.Most would be used for layoffs bucket or lower ratings in appraisal cycle Benefits that used to great are declining every year.health benefits premiums and deductible has increased a lot No work from home even for genuine cases All in all not worth the hard work you put in. Better compensation/work life balance outside Technology is on constant cost cutting. Form outsourcing to below average compensation to extra works hours, they are master of squeezing employees for profits. There Idea is hire only college graduates and lay off people above 35. It has a 20-20 un official rule. Be prepared to work 20% more on 20% less salary than competitors. They will really keep an eye on you on every small things like when you come to office,how may breaks you take etc. Micro Management to the core Everyone I meet has a constant fear of layoffs. They are just hanging in there till the inevitable layoffs happens Not a good option for 10+ years experience laterals.Most would be used for layoffs bucket or lower ratings in appraisal cycle Benefits that used to great are declining every year.health benefits premiums and deductible has increased a lot No work from home even for genuine cases All in all not worth the hard work you put in. Better compensation/work life balance outside

    Advice to Management

    Stop being over confident of you abilities and dont try to dream like google and amazon without changing your current work culture and cost cutting strategies


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