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Credit Suisse Zürich (Switzerland)

Credit Suisse Zürich (Switzerland) Reviews

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Zürich (Switzerland)
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Zürich (Switzerland)
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I worked at Credit Suisse full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Many internal networking opportunities, mobility.

    Cons

    The talented peers are easy to loose

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Credit Suisse Zürich (Switzerland) Salaries

Salaries in CHF (CHF)
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CHF 1,50,428 per year
CHF 119k
CHF 208k
CHF 1,50,428 per year
CHF 119k
CHF 208k
29 salaries
CHF 2,09,042 per year
CHF 149k
CHF 280k
CHF 2,09,042 per year
CHF 149k
CHF 280k
CHF 1,20,875 per year
CHF 94k
CHF 153k
CHF 1,20,875 per year
CHF 94k
CHF 153k

Credit Suisse Zürich (Switzerland) Interviews

Experience

Experience
76%
11%
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Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview
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    Department Head Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Zürich (Switzerland)
    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 5+ months. I interviewed at Credit Suisse (Zürich (Switzerland)).

    Interview

    I had a really bad experience with Credit Suisse in Zurich. I applied for a position as a Head of department (in charge of team leads), Director level. I had 6 interviews, with 9 different people, over the course of 5 months. During the negotiation phase, I was presented with a typical "bait and switch" move, when I was informed that the role is now at the lower, VP level, in charge of other VPs. However, all the responsibilities, the high number of line-charges, and the remit of the position would stay the same, only for a lower salary and title. 

    The HR partner was insensitive, rude, and came across as untrustworthy and trying to force me into accepting the role with the changed conditions, without any explanation for the downgrade, despite repeated requests. Definitely not in line with Credit Suisse's claim of transparency as a core value. 

    I was left with no choice but to withdraw my candidacy after this glimpse into an environment that condones such behavior.

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