(Winged ratings measure job satisfaction on scale of 1 to 5)
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, Canada on Sep 25th, 2020
"It is a company that support it’s staff and a great place to work "
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, United States on Sep 22nd, 2020
"I absolutely love working here. I feel like there really isn't an issue with men/women in my location. There are just as many female senior leaders (if not more) as there are male. Citi feels like one big family, it's very inclusive, and its a diverse place to work."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, Hong Kong on Jun 3rd, 2020
"Continue to back yourself and be confident in your abilities"
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, United States on Jan 3rd, 2020
"Great benefits, flexible work arrangements, and generous parental leave - not to mention career mobility. The work can be complex due to the matrix-like structure but management is supportive of these challenges and appreciate employees who make valuable contributions. "
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, United States on Dec 27th, 2019
" Leaders are primarily men. Women need to heavily network and promote their successes."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, United States on Oct 21st, 2019
"Work life balance at Citi was great, especially as a new mom. I was able to work remotely 2 days a week, and adjusted my schedule so that I would come in earlier and leave a bit a earlier."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, United States on Sep 4th, 2019
"Demand better pay and longer maternity leave in every group"
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, United States on Jul 19th, 2019
"A lot has changed since the former days of Wall Street. Company is a lot less mean."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, United States on Jul 16th, 2019
"Stay relevant and forward thinking. Take continuous training. Limit complaining, but, do not compromise your values and opinions."
"Citi as a organization is an amazing place to work. It all depends on the manager and the division that will support you to help you become more successful in the organization. "
"What you put in is what you get. Regardless of gender, if you work to stand out, you will... and the company will recognize it. "
"Work/Life balance is supported, when I had to go out of town for my grandmother I was able to work remote, allowing me not to use vacation time. Also, the vacation time is very generous, allowing me to go out of town and have time to take days and stay home also around the holidays."
"Choose another employer if you want a fair and equitable workplace. "
"I would say to make yourself noticeable. Find a mentor that will actually benefit you and not "check a box" that they have a mentee."
"Be visible. If you're looking for a mentor, find one that is beneficial to you and not one that 'checks the box" when it comes to having a mentee."
" Negotiate for the highest possible salary and title that you can as you enter the firm because it is currently extremely difficult to acquire salary increases or promotions."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, United States on Jul 5th, 2019
"Great network of supportive women who want to make a difference.... "
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, Costa Rica on Jul 3rd, 2019
"Citi is advocated to promoting gender equality and supporting women with great programs / training to strengthen your career path / growth "
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, United States on Jun 30th, 2019
"There is a lot of work to do. Teams are so thin that you are constantly working."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, United States on Jun 28th, 2019
"Great company. If you are not happy in a particular role, there are many other opportunities so find the one that is right for you."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, United States on May 23rd, 2019
"Environment is intense and cutthroat. Not an environment of collaboration. Compensation is good!"
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, United States on May 8th, 2019
"We enjoy a culture that is committed to inclusivity and bringing our full, best selves to work."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup, United States on Apr 23rd, 2019
"Collaborative culture that supports meritocracy; Global footprint with limitless opportunities. "
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Apr 4th, 2019
"For the most part it's a decent company but it's a bank."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Nov 15th, 2018
"I'm not sure about all the other areas, however, in the retail banking sector, it is very difficult to be a single mom in this environment. They have cut staffing in all the locations and there is no flexibility in terms of the hours you can work. If you are in any kind of management role, you really need some kind of family or child care support because you work more than 40 hours."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Sep 11th, 2018
"While the culture varies from team to team, my experience has been amazing. Citi provides me a flexible schedule and I feel like leadership is invested in my development. "
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Aug 31st, 2018
"There are a lot of women in leadership roles but haven’t seen many events that are held for women networking. "
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Aug 20th, 2018
"Find allies who have been here for a while to help understand how to navigate this firm"
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Aug 13th, 2018
"Citigroup as a whole has made great strides in its commitment to diversity and building an inclusive culture. Compensation policy is standardized and while pay bands are fairly wide and allow flexibility on new hires, it really limits you on internal moves and promotions. For horizontal moves in the same grade level, there is generally 0 increase allowed, even though you may be taking on new additional duties. For promotions one step higher, 10 percent is about what can expect. Be sure you negotiate as much as possible coming in. This is a review of CitiMortgage."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Jul 19th, 2018
"This is a fantastic place for women given its female leadership and encouraging environment! "
"They are not welcoming of women going on maternity leave in all parts of the organization. Ensure your position is secure prior to going out."
"It’s a huge company. Flexibility based on who you work for."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Apr 12th, 2018
"Not a ton of female mentors available or strong female leaders within IT"
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Mar 6th, 2018
"great benefits and fantastic mat leave 26 weeks full pay"
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Feb 28th, 2018
"depending on the area and your manager, citi does offer great flexibility"
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Feb 13th, 2018
"You can get a lot of great experience over your time at Citi. They are definitely making changes to ensure equal representation of women and minorities in senior leadership but there is a long way to go. There are still too many stories of high performing women leaving the organization because they were passed over for promotions and better pay."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Jan 29th, 2018
"Get your foot in the door. Great flexibility with time off and options for health benefits. But, health benefits doubled for our out of pocket costs for this single mom."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Jan 22nd, 2018
"Like most jobs, so much depends on one's manager. Given the limited #of women in senior positions in the Institutional business would stay away. The Private Bank and Consumer business lines may provide more opportunities."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Nov 8th, 2017
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Aug 3rd, 2017
"Network under the radar, so that if you want/need to switch roles within the company, you have a variety of people to reach out to - outside of the formal application/interview process! - and can ask the important questions regarding flexibility that are seen as a red flag if asked during interviews. "
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Jul 31st, 2017
"Stay focused and get out as soon as you can"
"Be careful to who you voice your work place concerns to."
"Be careful who you share your work concerns to. It could back fire."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Jul 17th, 2017
"There are mostly men in senior positions, very few women"
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Jul 10th, 2017
"Policies for gender equality are there but it really is up to your team culture.choose wisely."
"If you want to give up your life for a company, get a job here. There is a lot of "high cost/low cost" hiring here which can mean you will only get a new job if you're willing to move to a low cost area. "
"It's a very diverse company in many aspects - it has a variety of roles and culture"
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on May 13th, 2017
"Flexibility exists on a case by case basis. Be upfront about what you need after receiving an offer but before accepting it. "
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Apr 7th, 2017
"My experience was less than ideal. It came as a surprise to me to learn that, because my base salary was at the top of the pay band, it was capped the entire time I was at the company (more than 3 years). The only oppportunity for a base salary raise would be through a promotion, and there was very limited promomotion potential."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Feb 20th, 2017
"While I believe there is a good work-life balance, more men hold positions of leadership and there could be an improvement of gender and racial equity."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Feb 1st, 2017
"Culture in finance not always the most family friendly, but it varies greatly from team to team because the company is so big."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Aug 3rd, 2016
"It is difficult to take time off, flex time is not available and work from home is not promoted. I've made the choice to leave when I know I want to start my family"
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Jul 21st, 2016
"The work environment is not for everyone, but the people are nice, decent balance..."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Jun 23rd, 2016
"This is a large company with fair policies for women, industry standard"
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on May 6th, 2016
"My department is very flexible as far as start and stop times and working remotely one day a week is an option. "
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on May 5th, 2016
"Hard to say, other than to warn them that producing work as high in quality as a male peer's will result in him being promoted ahead of you. In fact, even if your work is better, and you have more experience, if the boss is a male, thr male peer will get the promotion, and consequently, the compensation."
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Apr 8th, 2016
"Great policies, lack of women in true leadership roles is a turn-off. "
Anonymous shared this review of Citigroup on Apr 6th, 2016
"it is not a flex work friendly place"
"I only interned at this company for a year, but overall everything seemed very equal. I witnessed a lot of women rising to higher management/executive roles."
"Citigroup is a depressing place to work these days in general. The company is too big and innovation is nascent. It's hard to get anything done and the banks are generally being regulated to death. Citi Ventures, in particular, has entire team turnover every 2-3 years. Not only that, but nearly every Managing Director that has left the team has sued for various levels of wrongful termination. If you come in as less than a Managing Director, there is no career mobility or career development. You will be support staff for the MDs, who all just want to get back to a real VC. It's also tough to work there because you want to invest in and help all these cool startups you meet, but Citi is very limited in investment ability due to said regulatory issues, and the chances of the startup actually getting a pilot inside of Citi are slim. It's a painful, painful process to get anything done at this company."
"I was in a long distance marriage and got support from management to work remotely. Was great."
"I've worked in both the Banking and operational sides of the Company. More equal treatment and opportunity in the Banking side. Operations is stuck in the 70s when it comes to women. Worked at Citi for 15+ years. Earlier in career worked with female managers who were inclusive, mentored and advanced female staff. Very different experience working for managers in recent years. Currently, women in junior officer and administrative roles are left out of Women's organizations, networking and mentoring."
"great place to work, lots of opportunity and its a meritocracy for both men and women"
"Citi is a great company with great benefits...however, I have found it to be quite risk averse (of course, I can only speak to my group) and that can limit our ability to be effective. I also think there is a tendency to try to do things they way they have always been done and while I don't think the wheel always needs to be reinvented, I am afraid Citi Mortgage can get in a rut that is quite frustrating and feels like we are always chasing instead of leading. All that being said, I do feel that women have equal opportunities at Citi. I never feel marginalized due to my gender. What I said above is based on style and nothing to do with gender bias."
"Definitely a lot of men in senior roles. The overall challenges of the company make mobility difficult."
"I have worked here for 8 years and its pretty busy and demanding environment. I am managing a team of 8 specialists now so it is even more busy and demanding. My manager is respecting the fact I have small kid at home and need to leave office sharp 5 pm. Hi is also closing his eye on my leaving on time and being late from time to time, however he did not accept me working on flexible hours scheme as he was afraid it would affect team training and team management.Citi is quite good with maternity leave, they paid 26 weeks full salary, next was on statutory government base which was 136,00 Â£ per week ;/"
"I believe this is a good company to work for, based on my experience with previous companies, where the benefits were subpar compared to the benefits offered here. There is a diversity between gender and ethnicity amongst different positions and growth within the company is promoted. The company offers 13 paid weeks of maternity leave, matching what you are eligible for through FMLA. Compensation is based on your performance, but varies greatly depending on your position within the company."
"I worked at Citi for 2 years in the investment banking group in New York. Citi is a huge company, so experiences will vary wildly from group to group, team to team, and location to location. I found limited opportunities to network and there was a lack of senior male sponsorship of female employees."
"I started at a very low position and worked up to VP within 9 years. I very much feel ad though women are given the same opportunities as men. It just depends on how you network, and who you network with. Citi does provide a networking/mentoring program for multiple diverse groups. I feel as though the leadership and management terms foster supportive growth environments."
"Worked for 17 years. It was male oriented with women rarely in top management. Hours are long. If you are in a sales position goals are unattainable so you feel like you are being set up for failure. Policy's change almost on a daily basis. Respect and morale was low. Would not recommend."