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I have been working at Moody's full-time (Less than a year)
Upper level management with legitimate open door policies
Ability to work from home encouraged
Excellent internal mobility
Over time available to compensate for less than standard entry level salaries for the industry
Upper level management encourages team-team mingling
Constant opportunity for training, learning and exposure to other company facets
They pay for CFA/grad school as well as offer various other perks that come with big companies such as movies, memberships, travel etc.
Time allotted for extracurriculars/volunteering
Decent vacation package
Unlimited sick days
Generous 401K match
On site breakfast and lunch cafeteria
Most people and friendly and easy to get along with. A few sour and uninviting coworkers but you will find that everywhere
I've found that managers tend to always defend and give the benefit of the doubt to their team
The job mirrors the market so everyday is something new. As my first job out of college I have learned more than the past 4 years and have so much exposure to senior management as an entry level employee. The work itself is interesting in that issuing ratings require both quantitative and qualitative thinking
Some people take the compliance and regulatory issues too seriously
Depending on your security clearance you will have to sell all of your industry specific stocks
As with any job that is market based, can be overwhelming at times and underwhelming at other times
Advice to Management
Implement casual fridays!!
I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Moody's.
It was a relatively easy interview. The professionals were great to talk to. They understand that you are a applying for an entry level role so they won’t hit you with something you haven’t seen in basic finance.