In eclerx, I was in a rate management team. Working on GMI system, Docs, Charge plan calculation. JP Morgan, Was working in a LEI process. Gemini, Worked in a Bills payable/Bills Receivable process GTL, Worked as a aMIS co-ordinator.
Culture , comp, is really good in Goldman however work pressure is too much Goldman polishes a person when it comes to the way you work .. instead of just saying and working in one place it helps you explore
It was a fantastic place to work. I met some of the best in business and competed against them. It was a thrilling experience. I wouldn't be wrong in asserting that the learning curve in the company is probably the best in class.
It was a 9 to 6 job (Fixed Timing); "I" for detail work that we dealt with; fun loving people and managers who always help in all given circumstances; Very good colleagues and peers; a very good salary package.
I would change the attitude of "winning" for individual purpose and induce more collaborative team environment. I would change the pretentious culture of "I know everything" and encourage people to ask more questions no matter if they are silly questions because I recognized many people did not know even the basics and never had the courage to ask because they were embarrassed and they did not realize that if they asked the chances were that the other people would not even know the answer Yet everyone pretended they knew everything.
Best part of GS is culture, you can talk to anyone at any level, they have an open door policy, very flat organisation. Risk is something that GS thrives upon. They would go all out to mitigate smallest of the smallest risk
You will tend to work for 10 hours which is daily working hours.However, if you utilize your time well then you may not have to extend.The nature of work is very aggressive because you will have to be on your toes through 10 hours. If you want to grow in this company it is very important to have networking., otherwise it is very tough to grow in such an organisation.