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The Northern Trust Company Reviews
What is it like working at The Northern Trust Company?
"Unconscious Bias is Horrible."
Information Technology (IT) Manager in Chicago:
Pros: The opportunity to learn new areas of technology
Cons: The way men are allowed to make comments to and about women openly in meetings. When you say something to address the situation it is made out that you have a problem.
"Only work no appreciation and growth."
Operations Team Leader in Bengaluru:
Pros: I like the opportunity I got to take decision due to my market and system knowledge
Cons: They pressurize and ask to manage both process and people though you are people manager
Financial Analyst in Bengaluru:
Pros: Work environment
Cons: I prefer not to answer
If you have any interest in doing interesting, meaningful work, avoid Northern Trust. There is no employee engagement or culture to speak of and management seems interested in doing nothing more than the base minimum to survive. You'll find yourself smothered and laden with bureaucracy at every turn. There's a lot of talk about organizational change, but never any explicit goals or action. No effort is put in to pursuing professional development. If you're looking for something simple and comfortable, though, Northern Trust is the place for you. Benefits are great and the work life balance can be very good with the right manager. The work is rarely challenging.
"Not glamorous as it sounds."
Vice President (VP), Finance in Chicago:
Pros: Great ideas but always fail to execute and implement.
Cons: Highly political and relationship based environment
Tax Analyst in Chicago:
Pros: Flexibility hours
Cons: Lack career growth
Portfolio Manager in Miami:
Pros: Interacting and adding value to our clients
Cons: Volume of initiatives and priorities