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30+ days ago

Internal Sales Consultant

Morningstar Chicago, IL

+ Be conversant in all aspects of our managed portfolios program. + Prospect new advisors within an assigned territory. + Service existing… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Learning and Development Manager

Morningstar Chicago, IL

The Role: We are seeking a Learning and Development Manager who thoroughly understands the work we do at Morningstar and can successfully design a… Glassdoor

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    Great work/life balance only partly offsets well below average industry compensation

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    Current Employee - Equity Analyst in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Equity Analyst in Chicago, IL

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    Laid-back, low pressure atmosphere. Great work/life balance as most people work no more than 45-50 hours per week and casual dress code. Highly intelligent equity and credit analyst peer group. Intellectually stimulating work with significant responsibilities and opportunity to learn. Research business is growing and doing quite well.


    Comp, comp, comp. Did I mention comp? Salaries are okay, but bonuses are a joke... total comp 30%-50% below industry averages for experience level. "One Morningstar" means that our group is not properly rewarded for our superior efforts and higher levels of profitability & growth. Very tight budgets mean limited resources to do job properly (research tools, research data, travel). Pay does not scale very well as one moves up in the department or company. To put it simply, Morningstar is cheap. As a result, employee turnover is relatively high.

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    Improve compensation and provide greater incentives to better motivate employees and retain talent.

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