Morningstar – Chicago, IL
At least three to five years of experience in sell- or buy-side equity research or investment banking; experience analyzing firms in a specific… Ivy Exec
I worked at Morningstar full-time
Great benefits and perks, beautiful office space, flexible time off, sabbatical (in theory - I was never allowed to actually take mine).
Pay is lousy. You will have to fight tooth and nail for a raise. As a woman in the technology area, my ideas were frequently dismissed by my superiors who would later appropriate some version of my ideas as their own. My ambition was frequently dismissed as aggression. I finally left once I realized that I could either continue working my butt off, or I could mail it in like some of my other colleagues, and the outcome for me would be exactly the same.
Advice to Management
You get what you pay for when it comes to talent. Your penny-wise, pound-foolish approach to compensation is hurting both you and your brand. People are your greatest asset, treat them that way.