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What is it like working at Citibank?

It’s ok.
Business Analyst, IT in Tampa:
Pros: It’s cut throat, so if you’re not good you would not be their. At least I know I’m giving value.
Cons: It’s cut throat and you can’t trust anyone. Even your manager
Complex, sometime rewarding sometime exhausting.
Private Banker in Geneva:
Pros: Flexibility at work, direct colleagues and potential to improve for the company
Cons: Administrative burden and too heavy processes
Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General) in Sioux Falls:
Pros: Manager is in another state
Cons: Management team has never performed the job but dictate how I should do the job
Great training ground and apportunity to learn new things.
Senior Executive Assistant in Singapore:
Pros: Exercise own judgement in completing tasks
Cons: Monetary awards are low
Teller in New York:
Pros: Stable job
Cons: The new area director is rude and does not acknowledge tellers. He only cares about sales but forces the tellers to bring in more sales.
Data Analyst in Belfast:
Pros: flexible schedule
Cons: uncertainty in employment
Feel Underpaid and Overworked.
Vice President (VP), Finance in New York:
Pros: Smart people in my department
Cons: Being overworked and "borderline" abused and overworked by my former manager. New manger is much nicer.