- 5,07. Apr. 2023WerkstudentEhem. Mitarbeiter, mehr als 1 JahrFrankfurt am Main
sicherer Arbeitsplatz, kollegiales Umfeld, schöne Büros
kleine Frankfurter Niederlassung, Fluktuation an der Spitze
- 4,016. Nov. 2023Vice President, Corporate Workplace Senior AnalystEhem. Mitarbeiter, mehr als 5 JahreCharlotte, NC
In my personal experience, the leadership that I worked with encouraged employees to expand and grow into new roles and did not hold people back from moving on and into new jobs. The seem to foster a culture of wanting to help their people grow their careers and encourage professional development. If a team lost a great talent / resource, they simply found another great talent and had good succession planning
Every 5 years or so when leadership at the top changed, they would decide to do everything differently than the last person and it would feel like they were turning everything on it’s head and 5 years of hard work would go down the drain and we’d be redoing things all over again. Sometimes it made sense and a new vision although hard to adapt to at first because change can be hard even when it’s good change, was difficult, but other times it was just change for the sake of change and (we felt) not enough thought was put into the downstream impacts of high level decisions.