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What is it like working at TIAA-CREF?
"Great Company for Work Life BAlance."
Program Manager, IT:
Pros: I like that we make the world a better place. I also like the environment. Low stress, everybody is nice, hours are flexible, work from home is encouraged, no late nights, no weekends, no travel. Not a lot of bureaucracy/paperwork, most of the time is spend directly on the projects. Good benefits such as company pension, 401k match, 1/2 Gym membership, life insurance. Very easy to get tools you need and conference rooms even video conferences setup.
Cons: Not challenging, very difficult to grow your career by either moving up in your current department or transferring to another department. Pay is much lower than Buy Side.
Really highly skilled staff with patience to help me get there. Benefits and pay are above market average. No free coffee or ping pong culture. Just professionalism and flexibility in work hours. PTO, and retirement are exceptional.
Senior Vice President (SVP), Operations in Jacksonville:
Pros: benefits, retirement plan
Cons: lack of transparency when it comes to pay
"Diminished work life balance."
Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General) in Charlotte:
Pros: Overall great company and other benefits.
Cons: Limited work life balance. Lack of business partner accountability.
Enterprise Architect, IT in Charlotte:
The culture and atmosphere are good and the people I worked with were great. In my area I felt the management listened until recently. The compensation was good and the retirement benefit is excellent. In the last year or two it seems the organization does not have a clear direction and there have been a lot of changes.
"Great experience working in TIAA."
Software Developer in Pune:
Pros: Environment and openness
Cons: Need more time to grow still in intitial phase