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February 5, 2019

What are perks and other benefits like at S&P Global?

Pros

Lots of vacation time, good work life balance, lots of perks, many different paths to take and free courses to learn new information

Cons

You can only jump one pay level at a time when changing jobs internally

Lots of vacation time, good work life balance, lots of perks, many different paths to take and free courses to learn new information

February 5, 2019

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July 4, 2019

What is health insurance like at S&P Global?

Pros

- good benefits like health insurance, parents, up to 10% provident fund, life insurance, around 40 leaves per year - easy to manage both work and life - relaxed environment - good office culture

Cons

- politics and leg pulling - all you do good is forgotten and one mistake gets noticed and brought up in review meetings - other than your scrum work, you have to do a lot of other things to stand standout compete for the next role due to bell curve relative cross geography calibration of employee's performance

Advice to Management

- Lets the individuals innovate and reward them better. - appreciate the employee's good initiatives - For managers trust your employees and give them room to think and innovate, dictation does not always works

good benefits like health insurance, parents, up to 10% provident fund, life insurance, around 40 leaves per year

July 4, 2019

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April 7, 2020

Does S&P Global offer tuition reimbursement?

Pros

You get a significant amount of vacation with 4 weeks PTO, plus 3 floating holidays, a wellness day and your birthday. Great health insurance. Up to $20,000 a year tuition reimbursement and student loan repayment. Lots of room for upward mobility and training opportunities.

Cons

There aren't any - really cool company to work for.

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you're doing. It's awesome that you are always looking for ways to be better.

Up to $20,000 a year tuition reimbursement and student loan repayment.

April 7, 2020

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April 1, 2019

What is the retirement plan like at S&P Global?

Pros

They got rid of the prior president and now it’s less of a good old boys fraternity. Big improvement there. The new president is smart and progressive with the majority happy she’s the leader There’s a new Chief people officer (HR) and benefits were increased to match those of competitors and other tech enabled firms at the beginning of The year. Salary is still low for market. You’ll get to improve your PowerPoint skills and blogging on the company intranet since the company puts a big focus on this as a critical function of one’s job...if that tells you anything. Benefits are solid and there is a 401k match.

Cons

Depending on where you are in the company, you’ll see incompetence rewarded at every turn. The commercial organization is a mess under the current leadership. We are all hopeful the new president of the company will act soon and trim the fat. Cluelessness gets promoted and awarded with trips to Hawaii and Mexico. Good leaders are departing the company leaving inexperienced and ineffective middle management telling everyone what to do with no understanding of the core business lines. there is a lot of headcount without any tangible results being produced these days.

Advice to Management

Listen to what people are saying and observe what people are doing. If multiple people are leaving departments in the company in less than a couple months’ time, something is wrong with the department leadership. It’s that simple.

Chief people officer (HR) and benefits were increased to match those of competitors and other tech enabled firms at the beginning of The year.

April 1, 2019

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April 7, 2020

What is paid time off like at S&P Global?

Pros

You get a significant amount of vacation with 4 weeks PTO, plus 3 floating holidays, a wellness day and your birthday. Great health insurance. Up to $20,000 a year tuition reimbursement and student loan repayment. Lots of room for upward mobility and training opportunities.

Cons

There aren't any - really cool company to work for.

Advice to Management

Keep doing what you're doing. It's awesome that you are always looking for ways to be better.

You get a significant amount of vacation with 4 weeks PTO, plus 3 floating holidays, a wellness day and your birthday.

April 7, 2020

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