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Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank, United States on Oct 21st, 2019
"Your experience will largely be driven by your team. If you're on a good team, your experience can be good. If you're on a lousy team, it may stink. Even with that, their HR team leaves much to be desired. They heavily rely on technology to support all HR functions and it's very hard to get support from a person even if it's a matter that's appropriate for escalation."
Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank, United Kingdom on Apr 25th, 2019
"There's much more gender balance in the support infrastructure functions (e.g. Compliance. Operations) compared to the Global Banking front office which still significantly lags."
Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank on Mar 20th, 2019
"Make sure you find the right manager, that makes all the difference. "
Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank on Aug 13th, 2018
"It is a challenging stressful work environment which can be occasionally rewarding."
Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank on Jun 14th, 2018
"For anyone, getting promoted is difficult, and a raise only occurs when you are promoted. Negotiate the highest pay possible when you join. It is very difficult for a female to get recognition. An astonishing number of male employees who are younger than 35 have outdated attitudes about females."
Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank on Mar 28th, 2018
"In the US its a very challenging atmosphere where impact is expected immediately "
Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank on Mar 22nd, 2018
"Be self motivated and learn to navigate the various systems at work early , do not get involved in the division dynamics too much and ask for what you need"
Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank on Mar 5th, 2018
"Great leave policies and great return to work benefits for new mothers. Flexibility depends on individual boss "
Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank on Jan 16th, 2018
"Company in turmoil due to Management changes and fines and penalties"
Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank on Nov 10th, 2017
"Negotiate your entry level and salary upfront since it will require a few years before to get a paid raise"
Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank on Aug 14th, 2017
" While they say all the right things about promoting women and work life balance the reality is just the opposite. "
Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank on May 17th, 2017
"Countless situations where deserving women are not promoted. Sexist attitudes. Women who are mothers are treated with suspicion about their commitment to the job. There is no one culture - some managers are good but senior management not supportive of women."
Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank on Aug 8th, 2016
"Let your boss know what your expectations are. Try to stay relevant and close to your boss. "
Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank on May 26th, 2016
"while most large ib's tend to have very similar policies, and issues around retaining women (and db has all of them) bad management and a shambles of an evaluation process makes it particularly bad. "
Anonymous shared this review of Deutsche Bank on Apr 18th, 2016
"Explore with open eyes."
"Maternity leave is very generous, 16 weeks full pay, option for 8 more weeks at 60% pay. Bonus and salary have not increased for 3 years and don't see that getting better any time soon."
"I have several years of consulting background. I find it very slow paced compared to what I have been used to my whole career so far. It's not very competitive either (of course those who don't share the background with me would feel differently). The benefits seem to be better than other places. But people in cost centers don't get raises for years unless they are promoted, poor bonuses, promotions are mostly based on long tenures. Of course it can vary from one department to the other. But this is my impression."
"Very strong boys club culture. The women who are "senior" have minimal influence and more figure heads vs business owners or drivers. Every female i know that is over 35 is struggling and it seems to be more difficult director on up. The culture has does not keep managers accountable for bad behavior and repeated problems and in many business areas end in women leaving or being pushed out. HR is weak if almost non existent. no visibility and the many of the management teams are 100% white males. Lots of PR about making it a good place to work for women but they would need to clean house for me to see that in the cards... not a place for long term growth for females or other diversity groups"
"Male dominate network. Weak window dressing attempts to provide opportunities to woman. Not a particularly supportive woman to woman network...as the woman are so busy jockeying for position. Dead-end careers for women."