Financial Analyst Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Financial Analyst?
Financial Analyst in Cincinnati:
Pros: Coworkers. Work.
Cons: High stress. Company owners.
Financial Analyst in Orlando:
Pros: My coworkers are all on the same page with trying to make sales incentives more simple and more accurate.
Cons: Tedious repetitive tasks should be automated.
Financial Analyst in McLean:
Pros: Corporate culture and closeness to senior executives.
Cons: New analyst raining program is not great for fresh graduates.
Financial Analyst in Carmel:
Pros: I like having the ability of taking different approaches in reporting the financial progress of the centers we manage. We are a growing line of business for the company and are working towards establishing a standard of reporting. There are and will many opportunities to stand out.
Cons: The uncertainty of know what I am doing is worthy of someone's time or my time.
Financial Analyst in Dallas:
Pros: I like that I can do anything with th.
Cons: I dont have a job currently thanks.
Financial Analyst in Nashville:
Pros: Flexibility to sometimes work from home, flexibility with daily hours. Low supervision from management.
Cons: Sitting at a desk all day. Cubicle prison. Watching the clock.
Financial Analyst in Auburn Hills:
"Great Entry-Level Position with Learning Opportunities."
Pros: This position is a great entry level position in Finance. I have learned more in my 4 years with Faurecia than I ever did in my 8 years of attending Oakland University. I am offered unlimited training possibilities, Ability to work from home when needed enhances my work-life balance. My management is very encouraging and knowledgeable. I work with high level management (Sr. Managers, Directors and VP of Engineering)
Cons: The high expectations can sometimes increase my stress level. My managment has difficulty confronting problem employees which is effecting my ability to be promoted. During certain times of the month and years stress levels can been extremely high and expectations of you are often unrealistic. Certain co-workers do not carry their load but continue to squeak by and still receives raises for unsatisfactory work. She tends to take advantage of her position and will eventually force our department to make decisions that will drastically change our enviroment and cause us to recreate a process from the ground up since the employee is unwilling to cross train a sucessor with the fear that the employee will be fired for any number of inappropriate behaviors and being lazy or lacking any type of work ethic or desire to advance her skills or advance to new and exciting roles with in the company in any of the 4+ divisions. Their are a number of employees who act in this manner & sb terminated.