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30+ days ago

Managing Director, Structured Finance

Virtus Partners LLC Austin, TX

The Managing Director will be responsible for managing team of complex transactions, such as CLOs, CDOs, and TRS, and non-structured vehicles such as… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Global Asset Analyst – new

Virtus Partners LLC Austin, TX

Virtus Partners is an innovative provider of Fixed-Income Asset Administration services. We see ourselves as a blend of cutting-edge… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Developer

Virtus Partners LLC Austin, TX

IT professional with experience in .NET programming languages and Microsoft Transact-SQL. The individual will be responsible for developing new… Glassdoor


11 days ago

Project Specialist

Virtus Partners LLC Austin, TX

Virtus Partners is an innovative provider of Fixed-Income Asset Administration services. We see ourselves as a blend of cutting-edge technological… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Data Analyst

Virtus Partners LLC Austin, TX

Data Analyst opportunities (Level II) Salary Range Data Analyst II: $35,000-$55,000 Company Benefits • Health • Dental • Vision… Glassdoor


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    Terrible work conditions, unorganized, no regard for employees

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Houston, TX

    I worked at Virtus Partners full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    You can work from home once a week,but be prepared to be so stressed out from handling, literally about 10-20 tasks at one time, that working at home will be just as, if not more stressful than going into the office.

    You get about 3 weeks of PTO from day one, but believe me YOU'RE GOING TO NEED IT!

    HR does things to try to make the environment good, like providing meals during the end of every quarter.

    They’re always hiring because people quit on a weekly basis

    Cons

    There is no work-life balance, most people are working 7 days a week because even when the weekend comes many people have to keep working from home on the weekends and late into the middle of the night.

    The insurance is very expensive. If you have a family you will be paying several hundred dollars PER PAYCHECK for the cheapest plans.

    There is no training. My training consisted of 1 day shadowing someone and the next day I was expected to work on my own. I spent the first 6 months asking questions non-stop. I couldn't get through 10 minutes without having to ask for help, because I didn't receive enough training to have the slightest clue what I was doing.

    There is no leadership. Managers don't even monitor the workflow to see how much work comes in daily so essentially you have no management. Managers only help out if you come to them with a disaster. Since the managers don't monitor the work, there will NEVER be a point when your workload will lighten up, it will only continue to grow because the continuously add more and more job duties (literally every week) but don’t increase staff.
    There will be no overtime or bonuses for all those extra hours you work because they pay everyone salary and you WILL work overtime daily.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Managers need to actually MANAGE, give people some training, know how much the workload is daily and pitch in to help your employees if they’re falling behind. Your employees shouldn’t have to run to you and say “there’s a ton of work today”. If you’re a manager you should be involved enough to know and predict that before the employees.

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