Bloomberg L.P. Employee Reviews about "great benefits"
81% would recommend to a friend
(744 total reviews)
Michael R. Bloomberg
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- "Great benefits where you don't pay for health insurance and they do 50% 401k match" (in 815 reviews)
- "The people are great and they provide dozens of opportunities to get to know the company more." (in 547 reviews)
- "Great culture and a clear vision on how to be a highly successful private company." (in 428 reviews)
- "Good work life balance: 8am to 6pm and you are done at 6pm most of the times" (in 348 reviews)
- "free food is not bad; also the coffee is free; don't have to pay premiums for healthcare which is nice" (in 295 reviews)
- "Micro management and competition pressure" (in 336 reviews)
- "Generally too slow to advance high performers because many managers have been at the company a very long time." (in 233 reviews)
- "Long hours and often down time" (in 200 reviews)
- "Strict, Late Working Hours, Sometimes hard to reach" (in 85 reviews)
- "There is no career progression for developers and this is by design." (in 77 reviews)
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- 4.0Feb 7, 2017Customer Support RepresentativeCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearTokyo
great benefits and health care - the company does really take care of you in that sense. better than average work environment free snacks and fancy offices flexibility in working arrangements (work from home, leaves, etc) lots of opportunities to move within the company if you network right and work hard enough but it can be hard to find. after all, it is not a financial institution, it is a tech company and a data vendor.
lack of vision in career path - you need to keep yourself motivated and educated to get ahead of the game. The top managers are great, your direct boss can be awesome - middle managers? hm, not so much. why is working hour one more longer in APAC for a same pay without any justifiable reason?3
- 3.0Jan 6, 2021Customer Support RepresentativeCurrent EmployeeSingapore
Awesome colleagues and great benefits
Stressful environment and clients. Sometimes upper management demand unnecessary things
- 2.0Feb 28, 2022Bloomberg Customer Support RepresentativeFormer Employee
Great health benefits... that you will need to use as your mental health deteriorates here.
Very big brother. You are constantly watched. Rarely will you get praise. Often will you be criticized2
- 5.0Dec 20, 2020Market Data AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearSkillman, NJ
Great benefits and lots of education opportunities
Flat structure means mediocre pay raises and fewer advancement opportunities
- 5.0Mar 11, 2023Structured Product ModeletCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearNew York, NY
The compensation is decent. Great benefits: 26 weeks of maternity leave and 21 days of PTO
We have to go to the office three days of a week. No permanent WFH option.
- 3.0May 5, 2022Audio OperatorFormer Employee, less than 1 yearNew York, NY
*Great benefits where you don't pay for health insurance and they do 50% 401k match *Conversion to full time from freelance is likely to happen and can be quick *Beautiful building with good city views from the balcony and from upper floors *Good facilities for TV news *Worked with a couple of good managers *Quicktake show is great
*Base pay isn't very high is lower than other major TV networks *Because base pay is lower, they tend to hire less than competent employees (this is more in the tech operations dept . Editorial team is not nearly this way since you actually need a deep finance/journalism background) *Have all full time staff on 9 hour shifts daily with no overtime pay *Turnaround of managers and employees happen so new managers who are learning the ropes of the position don't manage well at times *Need to deal with boring finance news2
- 2.0Jun 13, 2017Financial Product Sales and AnalyticsCurrent EmployeeNew York, NY
Great Job Benefits and perks. Beautiful Office.
Luck of the draw - Can be the most stressful job you will ever have. Hated every minute of the Analytics department.18
- 4.0May 22, 2010Anonymous EmployeeFormer EmployeeNew York, NY
Free food all day long! Great benefits and a very fast-paced environment. Employees are given freedom and they have flexibility. Management is not in your face all the time but they expect you to come up with the goods. If 'they' like you then you're set.
Be careful because if you make one false step you will be put out on your ear and you are shunned for life. I know a few folks that did the wrong thing and they paid for it with their reputations. Forget references. Loyalty is #1 at this company but if Management expects loyalty they have to give an employee a reason to stay. Salaries are not competitive.