I have been working at S&P Global Market Intelligence full-time (More than a year)
Emphasizing on learning , sharp focus on cutting edge technologies.
Pluralsight , LinkedIn learning and other better reasources for learning.
Encourage employees to learn each day.
A lot internal technical training on different domains by various groups.
No strict timing and unlimited work from home.
Culture , common practices , value and ethios all are just great.
Organisation is making changes in policies at regular intervals and making it more inclined towards employee friendly and employee first organisation.
Most of the people are calm , helpful and easy goers. You would not find managers or team leads pulling out your hair or unnecessarily put stress on you.
You are open to speak and can sought opinions on the internal Facebook type society which is called Hub where you can share idea among others or get the feedback.
The most amazing part is unlike bad reputation of software or it industry job where people feel tired or under stress , here you find yourself leaving a adequate normal and a balanced life.
- If you are not active and is busy enjoying all the perks and facilities you get , you might find yourself lagging behind in terms of awareness and skills , because you don't get presurrise doesn't mean you should stop working towards achieving your goal.
- Just like many organisations you might feel your work repetitive or with less challenges as you grow older in the team , although there are a lot ijp opportunities but they are not always applicable due to different skills requirements.
Advice to Management
Keep doing the great work and creating the awesome culture..
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at S&P Global Market Intelligence (London, England) in August 2017.
The interview process was pretty good and had clear communication throughout. In my case I had one HR individual who communicated with me as I progressed through each stage which is useful rather than speaking to different people or just receiving automated emails. A few days after submitting my application I got an email for the first round interview which was just a pre-screening by HR to check your CV, KNOW your CV and be prepared to talk about it. Second step was another telephone interview with a member of the team for which I was applying for, the only off-putting thing about this call was that I could tell I was on loudspeaker as I couldn't hear the interviewer's questions very well. Then I got an email once again telling me I had progressed to the final round of interviews, which consisted of a 3 hour slot in their office in Canary Wharf although it finished after about 2 hours/2hrs30. This day consisted of 2 separate interviews, a typing test and a basic written test. Be prepared for all the basic interview questions and some more quirky ones in case. Try and enjoy it as much as you can, I think it makes a big difference. I heard two days later that I got the job.
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