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- "The people are smart and getting funding for projects is a lot easier here than other places I've worked" (in 1846 reviews)
- "Culture is great; everyone is on top of their game and helpful at the same time" (in 832 reviews)
- "good pay and very prestigious" (in 749 reviews)
- "The Benefits are good and is easy to navigate the firm and connect with people from any levels" (in 619 reviews)
- "the salary is good and I am very happy with it especially since I am young." (in 427 reviews)
- "2) Work Life Balance ( Practically no work life balance some times work is about 12" (in 1401 reviews)
- "Some teams work long hours and are understaffed but this is typical in banking not specific of GS" (in 1347 reviews)
- "Extended working hours Work may be on weekends" (in 621 reviews)
- "Politics is generally expected but is heavy at times leading to overall poor management and development." (in 256 reviews)
- "Very bad manager." (in 228 reviews)
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- 1.0May 13, 2018Compliance AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsSalt Lake City, UT
Possibilities to move laterally .
Retaliation is very current; but they have a cleaver way of blaming it on performance. Working schedules are typically long and the pay scale is no better than the competitors. Management is consistently pushing more projects on you without taking into account your needs. People will lie to get ahead. Very toxic environment.8
- 5.0Dec 21, 2021Vice PresidentCurrent EmployeeSalt Lake City, UT
On job training, professional development, and meritocracy.
Long hours (55-65 in back office) and less pay compared to similar roles at other firms.1