Questions and Answers about Credit Suisse

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Credit Suisse.

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I don't expect people to leave

Answered - Vice President, Equity Trading (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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Listen to the employee and not the boss who has a personality issue

Answered - Senior Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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Listen. Management second guesses those having to implement. Information does NOT flow uphill.

Answered - ecompliance architect (Current Employee) - RTP

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My Global head has been trying to retain me in the Bank and unfortunately he has to keep more in Raleigh, NC than New York in USA. I prefer to stay in NJ and NY locations due to my personal commitments.

Answered - Vice President, Risk & Finance IT, Raleigh (Current Employee) - Cary, NC

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Whenever possible, hire American IT workers instead of foreigners with work visas.

Answered - IT Specialist (Former Employee) - Morrisville, NC

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Treat all people with dignity.

Answered - Applications Technology Engineer (Former Employee) - 東京都

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I do realize that each executive assistant in a company has their own set of responsibilities. However, I think it is important to foster a culture of teamwork, rather than one in which the assistants "work against" one another.

Answered - Executive Assistant (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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Improve the hiring process and become more fluid in approach

Answered - Director/ General Counsel Change Lead (Current Employee) - New York, NY

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