Mission: Together. That's how we do things. We offer talented people around the world a supportive, challenging and inclusive working environment in which passion, commitment and performance are valued and rewarded.
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Best Places to Interview: 2016 (#31)
We're proud to be recognized in Bloomberg's 2018 Gender Equality Index for the third consecutive year! This index was the first of its kind: built to showcase efforts in working towards gender equality, so that investors can make informed decisions. To learn more, click here http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQUoU
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We offer people around the world a supportive, challenging and diverse working environment. We value your passion and commitment, and reward your performance.
Succeeding at UBS means respecting, understanding and trusting colleagues and clients. Challenging others and being challenged in return. Being passionate about what you do. Driving yourself forward, always wanting to do things the right way. Does that sound like you? Then come join us!
We have a unique culture, and it's a winning one. Sustainability thrives on consistency, and how we accomplish our goals is as important as what we achieve.
We integrate specific behavior expectations into our business practices. We call them our three keys to success – and we recognize (and celebrate!) culture-building efforts through a variety of initiatives.
In our daily work, good leadership helps maximize the benefits of diverse teams. We therefore help managers (for example, through training to reduce unconscious bias) become more inclusive leaders as they make decisions about roles, assignments, working arrangements, promotions and performance evaluations.
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I applied through other source. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at UBS (Chicago, IL) in January 2013.
I was an intern first. I spent 6 months being an intern. After my internship was over, I was given a contractual position. The interview was essentially my time as an intern. I had to have my work portfolio put together for them to see if it was worth giving me the contract position. I had a group interview with everyone in my department the weeks before my internship was over.