If you aren't a traditional Chinese, THINK TWICE before you apply!
Anonymous consultant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 14, 2018
Typical day at work: deadline too tight, mission impossible, not enough clarification/instruction for direct management, always guessing what your manager wants, no sense of urgency, too many "discretionary" decisions, any creativity/change to current way of method will not be encouraged, exclusive friendly environment to Chinese employees (who also speak fluent Mandarin) ONLY
I'm grateful for giving me exposure to the career I now know which direction I want to pursue further, but 2 months in i'm already not happy working there.
Hardest part of the job is when there's a problem, you find out after it happened that you were included in the full communication, but you are scolded for all of it. Also really don't like that the management has no sense of urgency, there's too much cultural hierarchy that for a lot of necessary things, you have to seek signature from EVPs and SVPs and the CEO, and they are very hard to catch. I'm China born Chinese but working here reminded why in the beginning I didn't want to work and live in China, and why I don't want to work for Chinese companies in the US. Diversity really is a joke here.