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Would have loved to work from home more
Call center life is not a way to live
At least in the department I worked (and it was quite isolated, but still about 150 employees) the leadership was a total boys club (in every sense), it was only after 4 years there that there was a woman managing the smallest team, and they made such a huge deal about it. Whenever issues were raised, it would always come back to haunt you, and HR was less than useful
Horrible place to work. My breaking point was when it took them 3 months to address a harassing manager. While in the phone with HR this man cornered me in a office and screamed at me for being on the phone. It took them 30 more days before they addressed this.
It seems as though Citi knows that a diverse workplace = a successful one. No echo Chambers here. My department is incredibly diverse in every sense.
I've worked their for over a year and can say this is a great work space. All jobs have its ups and downs but Citi is a equal opportunity, family oriented and performance related job. They want you to be great and will work with you.
I worked for that company for 10+ yrs. I went on medical leave and they refused to approve my time off and I had to "leave" the company before I could get paid for my LOA. It was NOT a decision I made easily but my Dr told my fibromyalgia was getting worse and stressing from making sure all of my scores were where the needed to be caused me great pain! This place will NOT promote anyone unless you brown nose and kiss butt! They on the other hand offer great benefits to everyone. Buy if you work for them don't EVER get sick! I had a guy friend that worked there and had a tooth pulled and got paid being out for two weeks. I on the other hand, had a hysterectomy and the only approved 3 out of 6 weeks for my healing! Go figure on that one!
The men in upper management will stare at you, follow you on your breaks, flirt, look at places other than your eyes. If one of them gets accused of sexual harassment, they are protected by the desperate middle aged women and the good ol' boys up the ladder. This company funded the pipe line in SD while promoting green incentives in the work place... I hate this evil corporation. Lastly, it is not millennial friendly- especially for the smart ones.
They have lactation rooms on all floors. Big break rooms, nice cafeteria. wonderful maternity leave policies.
The longer you're there, the less security you have. They want their labor cheap, no matter what level of service is being provided. Highly qualified, well-educated women are let go for little or no reason so younger, less expensive models can be brought in. Older, less attractive women will be terminated or relegated to non-public roles. Years of service have little value. I left because I could see the the pattern when I turned 30. I didn't want to give them another 10 years, only to find I was no longer needed when a new crop of boobs came in.
Like many large companies, Citigroup over compensates. If anything, women are favored against men. Only in the last year was there paid paternity leave equal to the non-medically-necessary maternity leave that's been available to female parents for decades. It's progress at least. Equality means men must not be left behind.
The pay differences really got me. And the timed bathroom breaks. The company outings were a joke.
Citi is a great company to work for, especially as a woman. It has the best maternity leave policy of anywhere I have heard of, and probably one of the best in America. I see plenty of women in management and the head of my department is a woman. I know that my gender does not have an impact on my career. I do wish that there were dedicated lactation rooms, though this doesn't matter much to me since I am not a mother.
This is one of the best companies I have ever worked for. They truly care for their employees and want to provide an equal, diverse, and safe work environment where people can grow and develop.
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