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Anonymous shared this review of Credit Suisse, United States on Nov 6th, 2020
"I have felt respected and treated as an equal since day one. I do feel that I have the same opportunities as men, but I am left wondering about the pay differential between men and women - this data is not released or discussed openly. CS measures diversity solely with gender but the good news is that we are moving toward a broader definition of diversity, specifically with our push to hire and promote more black talent in the Americas. I am lucky to have a great manager (who is a man btw) who has acted as a mentor and provided me career development beyond belief, so my positive experience could be more related to my team. There is a good amount of women in senior leadership roles, which is a positive thing to note. I have never at all felt discriminated against by anyone (and mind you this is a global company and we work with others across the globe daily) for my gender. Overall the culture is good for women from my perspective (this is key) - I will be clear and say that I am a white woman, and realizing my privilege, I would be more keen to listen to minority women and hear their experiences. "
Anonymous shared this review of Credit Suisse, United States on Aug 28th, 2019
"Outstanding maternity leave - 5 months paid and ample backup for when out of office."
Anonymous shared this review of Credit Suisse, United States on May 3rd, 2019
"Large financial services firm with the typical benefits the competition offers"
Anonymous shared this review of Credit Suisse on Apr 26th, 2018
"The culture is difficult - for men and women. The US business is not important to the firm. They don’t invest in us."
Anonymous shared this review of Credit Suisse on Mar 15th, 2018
"If you're seeking a platform for promotion you need to network outside of your existing division. Key roles are moving out of NYC so there won't be much opportunity for promotion above VP there."
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