There is an old guard of people who have worked at the company for a very long time and they make it very difficult for new employees to penetrate the highest rank of the culture unless you are hired from the outside directly into a top role. The perception is that you have to be an aggressive part of an all-male, older inner circle in order to succeed at the very highest levels here. If you're just trying to advance to middle management, its possible and fine for women.
Great company to work for, fantastic opportunities have been presented to me and the scope of my work is very varied and keeps me constantly challenged.
Everyone is very smart and always innovating, which helps keep you on your toes and learning. To me, there was no work/life balance. It was only till later that they allowed work from home, and only for inclement weather.
There were a lot of minor projects that kept the job interesting, especially since your core job was to take calls all day. The projects gave employees an opportunity to be involved and to voice their ideas. Shifts were not really flexible and sometimes you had to work weekends or holidays. There were a lot of nice people but there was also favoritism in that department. It was hard to advance unless your team leader and manager were on your side.
Free, anonymous reviews of Bloomberg by female employees, including pay, hours, maternity leave, flextime, and company culturehttps://fairygodboss.com/company-reviews/bloomberg 3.6 stars, based on 34 reviews Company Website Girly Girl Lady SarahDavin Lady Wanna Lady skysthelimit