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For the most part, it's a great group of people. Fully stocked kitchen, frequent lunches/events, 1/2 day Fridays, and a lot of vacation days (more than you'll probably get anywhere else). Not a lot of micro-management, which means you can do most of your work independently/at a reasonable pace. Flexible/casual scheduling, and a casual dress code. These things can go a long way - however...
You get a lot of vacation days to offset the fact that the insurance benefits are pretty awful. There's a mentality from some members of management that is "do as I say, but not as I do." This can be frustrating. At times, it feels like the US arm of the company is run like a "family owned" business, rather than a global firm with nearly 200 employees. There seems to be a large divide when it comes to compensation. Some people are very well compensated, while others are barely making enough to live.
Advice to Management
Be more present - literally.
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Cordium is a market-leading provider of regulatory compliance consulting services and software to the asset management and securities industry. We currently support more than 800 investment businesses. Cordium was formed by the merger of The IMS Group, HedgeOp Compliance and Evenwheel Solutions and has offices in London, New York, Boston, San Francisco and Hong Kong.