Credit Suisse Employee Reviews about "flexible working hours"
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- "Management is poor and not sure of decision that they want to make." (in 303 reviews)
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- "i) Weak company results led to low bonuses (for certain departments) and huge attrition." (in 191 reviews)
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Updated Dec 3, 2023
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- 3.0Aug 12, 2021AVP-OperationsCurrent Employee, more than 5 years
Flexibility in working hours and holidays Usually less of 'pressure cooker' situation Health check up free every 2 years and decent medical benefits for your dependents (not parent)
Management is gradually going from great to worst (specially middle managers are too biased) Inconsistent pay and no slabs or standards. A 4 year exp may be earning higher than 10 years depending upon the 'division' & 'manager' HR division exists for name sake. CS is no more what CS used to be earlier
- 5.0Feb 4, 2022Junior Credit SpecialistCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearRaleigh, NC
Well balanced working hours and flexible in working arrangement
there are no cons so far
- 4.0Jul 19, 2022Software EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsZürich
- Nice employee restaurant with good food - Nice co-workers - Very good facilites to work in (lots of space, coffee machines, smart working) - flexible working hours (block times 9-11, 14:00-16:00) - remote working possible
- too much work load / not enough employees - incompetent people are hired that are unfit or unwilling to learn - too many managers that do not fullfill any purpose are hired - tools are strongly restricted and only approved versions/software can be installed on the pc - technology is like 10 years behind / very old1
- 4.0May 31, 2023Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearWrocław
- Cultural values, mainly inclusion/diversity and charity programs - Flexibility in hybrid work and working hours (but now with more pressure to go to the office at least 3 days a week) - Friendly and respectful environment - Work-life balance is good (depends on the position)
- Salary is not annually reviewed and there is no transparency (you are assigned to new roles, with more responsibilities, but with no salary review; no visibility on salary range vs roles/positions) - Performance review is just a formality and does not correspond to any compensation: you can get the highest rating without getting any bonus or salary adjustment - Job instability due to the ongoing merger with UBS (still no information on how many employees they expect to keep) - Legacy issues keep being rubbed under the carpet due to a lack of investment in people and systems - Lack of overview and acknowledgment of processes: everything is so divided that nobody wants to take accountability and there is no end-to-end view
- 4.0Jul 21, 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Working hours are relatively flexible as long as you can deliver your work on time. Good welfare. Relatively good work & life balance.
Promotions are very slow especially in Back Office IT.