I have been working at S&P Global Market Intelligence full-time (Less than a year)
The management is very helpful and encouraging, the pay is good, beautiful offices, potential for growth, great benefits, a universally respected company that clients want to do business with.
Very few to think of. At times it can be difficult to get in touch with the right person internally, but that's probably not uncommon at large corporations.
I have been working at S&P Global Market Intelligence full-time (More than 5 years)
Good comp plan/Autonomy/flexible work environment
Leadership and management / lack of upward mobility / lack of training / lack of product development, innovation
Advice to Management
create clear strategy goals (1 year, 5 year etc) / identify top producers and promote / invest in training and company culture
Smart engineers, competent tech leads, great variety of projects and opportunities, casual and fun atmosphere working on a popular and valuable product.
The McGraw-Hill Financial reorganization has forced out all of our senior management and replaced them with people who have made it clear that they think of technology as a commodity and not one of our core strengths. The day-to-day work and environment for engineers hasn't changed much, but everyone thinks that it's only a matter of time before things get much worse.
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