- 1.018 Nov 2021
6 years at citiAssistant Vice PresidentFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsPune
Workaholics get timely and good promotions. And below average performers can easily survive coz they don't fire people on basis of performance. Plenty of holidays and good parental leave policy.
HR team is incompetent. No work life balance. Seniors don't respect juniors/subordinate. Management abuses their leads all the time. Ratings are not fair and justified. Promotions are predecided and on that basis you get tasks so you get to showcase your work and rest of the team is ignored. Politics wins over hard work. Not many perks. Lot of restrictions. Poor tech progress, very slow to adapt.3
- 3.010 Sept 2023HR Summer AnalystFormer Intern, less than 1 yearNew York, NY
Good culture, great people to work with, work was very interesting and I felt that I made a good impact on my project
I suffered from having a bad manager for my 10-weeks there. Of course, I also take responsibility for my lack of effort on my end, however, I felt in the beginning there was no connection between me and TK. I honestly tried my hardest to make efforts to get on her good side but for some reason she just hated me. I don't know if it's a cultural thing, but she was an ineffective manager, liar (because she called me a liar) and not a great person overall (putting me down, calling out my confidence and belittling me). Also, the program managers for this internship were just as ineffective in their job. Just as the program started ending, they began to reach out to discuss midterm feedback when in reality they were trying to tell you that you weren't getting an offer. I can GUARANTEE you if you did not ever hear from them, you most likely got an offer. My other colleagues were reached out by them and guess what... they didn't get an offer. No support, basically shunned away and told to keep quiet and do your work. They're trying to sell you that they are about company culture when in reality you can expect no support2