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Analyst in Singapore
on 28 November 2023
Great colleagues, learnt a lot in my time there, given that it's the first role out of school, it was a great place to learn the ropes of the working world
Analyst in Singapore
on 10 January 2020
The company encourages employees to have a work-life balance as it is part of the Swiss culture. Very supportive in helping employees to be better as a staff also as a person.
on 11 August 2018
The thing I love the most is their wonderful training opportunities. 50% of management are open and approachable. They have a "buddy system" for learning on the job. It is a problem when the department has office "group clicks" . When individuals get alienated this can counter office productivity. They have a steep learning curve if you just started in the industry.
I T Analyst in Singapore
on 23 February 2017
Singapore location was good and enjoyed lot of benefits,got opportunity to work for banking sector and good exposure to client
Analyst in City Hall
on 9 August 2012
Professional work environmentGood work life balanceGood career advancement prospect
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