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12 days ago

Chef de Projet en Charge des Projets Finance H/F

Société Générale Hauts-de-Seine

En contact direct avec l'ensemble des directions, le chef de projet accompagne la mise en œuvre des projets qui lui sont confiés, de l'opportunité au… JobisJob

8 days ago

Analyste Valorisation H/F

Société Générale France +2 locations

correctifs impactent les résultats de la banque de manière conséquente. Votre rôle Dans ce cadre, et en relation avec le Front-Office, la Direction… Adzuna France

28 days ago


Société Générale France +2 locations

des outils de pilotage des risques. Dans ce cadre vos principales missions seront de : * Participer au développement des méthodes et des outils… Adzuna France

25 days ago


Société Générale France +2 locations

Votre environnement Au sein du Département de la Direction des Risques, qui a pour principale mission de contribuer au développement des activités… Adzuna France

28 days ago

Analyste Quantitatif au sein du Valuation Group H/

Société Générale France

Les spécificités du poste seront précisées lors de l'entretien. Evolution… Adzuna France

25 days ago

Stage en MOE sur des outils de finance H/F

Société Générale France

projets, scrum masters (projets menés en agile), développeurs (C++). Devenez un réel atout pour la Société… Adzuna France

6 days ago

Maîtrise d'Ouvrage Senior au sein du Centre de Solution Finances sur des ap

Société Générale France

Filière IT. Votre rôle Vous aurez comme rôle de piloter et assurer les travaux de maîtrise d'ouvrage liés au catalogue des applications concernées… Adzuna France

30+ days ago


Société Générale Paris

En partenariat avec les analystes des différentes BL (FX, LT, ST), participer la mise en place de nouvelles analyses de… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Analyste Crédit (H/F)

Société Générale Paris

• Vous vérifiez la complétude du dossier et vous vous assurez de la conformité des pièces justificatives. • Vous vérifiez les données saisies avec… Glassdoor

30+ days ago


Société Générale Paris

La direction des Systèmes d'Information et de l'Organisation et des Processus (SIOP) accompagne la banque de détail en France (enseignes Société… Glassdoor

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    Nice place to work if you know your way around the bureaucracy

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    Current Employee - Senior Tech Lead in Paris (France)
    Current Employee - Senior Tech Lead in Paris (France)

    I have been working at Société Générale full-time (more than 8 years)


    Expects loyalty from employees but does give it back, for such a big corporation the workers are well treated as a whole, still holds (in Paris at least) to the old traditions, having the employees hold a relativly important share of the company avoids the common French "Class War" issues and unions are much less political and more useful than in most other french corporations.

    BigCorp(TM) bureaucracy if everywhere, but with a little bit of relationship building with stakeholders and flexibility, the French management is much less rules oriented than US Inspired businesses and much more person oriented, the big bureaucracy is there, but it is more a side cost of doing business than a hard obstacle to growth and communication.


    The salary is below average, it used to be compensated with awesome bonuses in great business years, but there have been none of them for nearly a decade, on the other hand, competitors who do pay better have had much worse layoffs...

    While Socgen used to be the place to be for talents in france, it has lost a lot of glamour with the economic crisis and the "Kerviel Show", for managers, recruiting good people has become hard and there is a growing knowledge and motivation gap between the generation who were recruited when the selection was very hard and the new recruits.

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    Since Daniel Bouton left, there is an increased feeling of distance between the tranches and the top management, the words from the top are great, but are very often so far from the realities of the terrain that there is a growing distrust of the very deep and complex management hierarchy, politics are an inevitable fact in such a company, but having so many layers of politics is highly fact distorting, people care too much about who will like the message than it's truth.

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