Cashier (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – February 27, 2017
My days at work are almost the same. Provide a good customer's service is the key to everything. It is a wonderful place to work at because there is a mixed culture and an opening to great decision makers of the world.
If you want a long term job, don't be a consultant.
Budget, Planning & Strategy Consultant (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – January 31, 2017
You have no healthcare, no paid sick days, no benefits at all. You are able to make your own schedule though which is a huge benefit. The "consulting" culture doesn't allow for job security since you are always searching for your next contact.
You have opportunity to have lunch, do sports and participate to a workshop regarding the field of your work.
Voice Secondment Program economist (Former Employee) – World bank 1818 H Street Washongton DC 20433 – January 25, 2017
I loved work there because it is a multicultural work place. Colleagues helped you to go through your work. You have a convivial place of work where there are possibilities to perform your work skills if you really needed.
you had free lunches with colleagues
It happened sometimes that you was really busy and needed more times to achieve your work, so no time for breaks at hese moments
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – January 17, 2017
• Responsible for managing and monitoring the unit’s work program in a case management system (SharePoint Application) • Contributes to the developing and quality review of both work program and budget reports for senior management • Assist in the management and review of work program documents in Box and WBDocs to ensure accuracy and safekeeping • Serve as liaison and quality control focal point for daily reports and other deliverables produced by offshore team in Chennai, India. • Required to participate and develop meeting minutes for a variety of meetings with clients and senior management • Assist in promoting knowledge transfer within the unit by fostering and encouraging collaboration among teams • Support unit manager with meeting coordination and event planning as needed
nice commute metro accessible, multicultural workplace was my favorite part of this job
(PBX) (VoIP) Technician (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – January 9, 2017
Managed more than 17,000 VoIP/DMS100 digital and analog lines Addressed incident requests acquired from Remedy tickets Maintained functional lines, which aided the bank staff in performing daily functions
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – January 5, 2017
Its a big firm with big opportunities to grow within. Working within teams can be challenge as higher management is working in same company for way too long are at times hesitant to change according to the constant changing technologies in the world. But still I would rate it high for someone looking for good rate.
Financial Analyst Intern (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – January 3, 2017
The work day started with a departmental meeting organized by the comptroller who brief us on the day's assignment and possible announcements. it was a fun place to work as management make the work environment very inviting
Tier II Support Analyst (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – December 27, 2016
I never had problems working for Chase. I didn't like my schedule because I had a new baby at the time that I started working there. The culture was okay. It is like any other place to work. Mind your business and do your job and you will be better off.
Publishing Associate (Current Employee) – Washington, DC – December 16, 2016
Great benefits, poor management. This is an internationally important institution, but its not run well. They have been decreasing the number of regular employees -- layoffs -- and hiring short-term consultants to replace them, in order to avoid paying full benefits.
Superb benefits for regular employees.
They are currently only offering term contracts, and depend on short-term consultants too much.