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I have been working at S&P Global full-time (More than a year)
Not a cutthroat environment, managers and subject matter experts are approachable and open to chat. Great space to learn about energy commodities and do a deep dive in to a commodity of interest.
Daily tasks become monotonous quickly
Advice to Management
Resources across teams are not always distributed well, meaning price reporters on different teams have tremendously different workloads and experiences. also the technology hurdles faced everyday become laborious at times.
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I applied online. I interviewed at S&P Global (Houston, TX (US)) in May 2019.
I applied for the role in April. I was invited for a video screen a few days later. I was given 1 chance to answer 5-6 questions. One month later, I was invited to have a video interview and an in-person interview at the office. Upon my arrival to the office, I learned my interviewer was unwell and did not notify any other employee to interview me. I waited in the lobby for a while. 2 other employees who didn't seem to know much about the position interviewed me instead. They asked basic interview questions. A few days later, I learned I would not be moving forward to the next round.