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39 English questions out of 39

29 September 2019

What is health insurance like at Commerzbank?

Pros

You tend to get a lot more exposure as a junior than most other places give you. Benefits like pension, healthcare are quite good.

Cons

Not very strong in UK yet, often restructure retreat to EU mainland / Frankfurt.

Advice to Management

Accelerate business changes and invest more into digitization

Benefits like pension, healthcare are quite good.

29 September 2019

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27 July 2021

Does Commerzbank offer unlimited holiday?

Pros

Friendly environment, supportive colleagues, many benefits offered like paid public transpirt ticket for year, sick leave compensation. Flexible working time is possible.

Cons

Sometime it takes longer to get support from remote teams. Salary doesnt usually go up as fast as in other companies.

Flexible working time is possible.

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4 December 2019

Does Commerzbank offer vision insurance?

Pros

- You can retire there if you want. Some people are taking advantage of sitting there for years and barely working. Almost impossible to fire you after the test period. - Overtime: Getting money + free days. You end up with 45+ business day holiday per year. This depends much from the team. - The team and the manager were very positive and opened. This depends from the team.

Cons

- No development. Probably you have to change team to start learning something new. - Most of the jobs require German. (It is not much of a Kontra, since we are in Germany) - Only Agile Training provided. Anything else you ask is rejected. - The company is constantly in some saving cost mode - The office equipment (desks, chairs, computers) are very old. No air conditioning during summer. - No free coffee, no filtered water available. - Parking available only if you paid. I haven't seen a company that is charging their employees to park in the company parking.

Advice to Management

Instead of doing cuts in IT, try investing in IT.

No free coffee, no filtered water available.

4 December 2019

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17 February 2021

What is the retirement plan like at Commerzbank?

Pros

great 401k and healthcare benefit, vacation

Cons

IT out sourcing, lay offs

great 401k and healthcare benefit, vacation

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4 December 2019

Does Commerzbank offer massages?

Pros

- You can retire there if you want. Some people are taking advantage of sitting there for years and barely working. Almost impossible to fire you after the test period. - Overtime: Getting money + free days. You end up with 45+ business day holiday per year. This depends much from the team. - The team and the manager were very positive and opened. This depends from the team.

Cons

- No development. Probably you have to change team to start learning something new. - Most of the jobs require German. (It is not much of a Kontra, since we are in Germany) - Only Agile Training provided. Anything else you ask is rejected. - The company is constantly in some saving cost mode - The office equipment (desks, chairs, computers) are very old. No air conditioning during summer. - No free coffee, no filtered water available. - Parking available only if you paid. I haven't seen a company that is charging their employees to park in the company parking.

Advice to Management

Instead of doing cuts in IT, try investing in IT.

No free coffee, no filtered water available.

4 December 2019

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