Redburn FAQ

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9 English questions out of 9

11 September 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at Redburn?

Pros

Freedom of thought, encouragement to generate independent ideas. Super culture and great leadership.

Cons

Industry pressures mean compensation lags larger companies/corporates.

Super culture and great leadership.

11 September 2020

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17 August 2020

How is management perceived at Redburn?

Pros

CEO's are great, pay is excellent

Cons

You will work LONG hours and don't get any recognition for it. Line managers with little experience will treat you like dirt. It is a super clique environment and uncomfortable. High turnover rates if you don't fit in.

Advice to Management

Train your line managers better, especially the ones who do not have manager experience. Try to demolish the cliqueness that happens and you will see more people stay.

Line managers with little experience will treat you like dirt.

17 August 2020

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15 November 2018

Are employees at Redburn generally happy and/or satisfied?

Pros

Great people Great office Great atmosphere Culture makes you feel like you're part of a family

Cons

Hours can be rough but that might be the finance industry in general

Great people

15 November 2018

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29 June 2020

What is the company culture like at Redburn?

Pros

Freedom to pursue your own ideas, small company culture and supportive of employees, quick progression, generally great people, research valued by customers.

Cons

Training programmes are limited. Hours can be very long.

Freedom to pursue your own ideas, small company culture and supportive of employees, quick progression, generally great people, research valued by customers.

29 June 2020

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17 August 2020

What is the salary like at Redburn?

Pros

CEO's are great, pay is excellent

Cons

You will work LONG hours and don't get any recognition for it. Line managers with little experience will treat you like dirt. It is a super clique environment and uncomfortable. High turnover rates if you don't fit in.

Advice to Management

Train your line managers better, especially the ones who do not have manager experience. Try to demolish the cliqueness that happens and you will see more people stay.

CEO's are great, pay is excellent

17 August 2020

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