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I have been working at Bloomberg L.P.
Pros – 20 days of vacation, very defined roles, many people doing the same type of jobs.
Cons – Inexperienced managers, highly "micro-managed" environment where your hourly tasks are published on a firm-wide schedule where everyone can check what you are doing. Mandatory badge in/badge out system viewable by everyone at the firm. No one has a cubicle so expect to work in desks where you are side by side with colleagues. There are no cafeterias or places where you can eat lunch, strategically devised so you will have to eat at your desks. If you are someone who needs rigid structure and micromanagement, this is the place for you! Many "lifers" stay because the company rewards loyalty- the longer you stay at the firm, you will be incrementally rewarded, which creates countless "lifer" management who have little diverse expertise as they this is the same job they have held for 20 years since college.
Advice to Senior Management – Be less risk-averse and experience another company other than Bloomberg.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2012-03-10 16:49 PST
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