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16 February 2019

How are the career development opportunities at GAIN Capital?

Pros

good career development as they always consider internal staff first when new jobs comes up.

Cons

the salary they pay is below market average, the target they set is not reasonable. because they use weird formula to calculate your performance which doesn't improve client experience.

good career development as they always consider internal staff first when new jobs comes up.

16 February 2019

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17 December 2019

What kind of career opportunities exist at GAIN Capital?

Pros

Adequate training provided to learn about the market and the products.

Cons

There's a very limited room to grow your career here. The work is monotonous and there's rampant micromanagement. It seems like the training provided at the beginning are not that important because you'll be spoon-fed anyway by managers. There's not much room to hone your own skills because you don't get to use it often. It's frustrating and can be annoying.

Advice to Management

Drop the micromanagement. Trust your employees to do their jobs with their own skills and abilities. You're doing them harm than good by constantly telling them what to do without allowing them to reach their full potential.

There's a very limited room to grow your career here.

17 December 2019

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10 March 2020

What is the feeling of job security at GAIN Capital?

Pros

The experience you'll gain can be relevant if you decide to pursue a career in the industry.

Cons

The pay is average, but it is too low compared to the amount of work we have to do. The work hours are very long, and it's busy all the time. You won't be able to catch a break regardless of how long you've been working already. Also, there's no job security, which means you can get laid off at any time.

Also, there's no job security, which means you can get laid off at any time.

10 March 2020

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