"Citi is a great company providing work opportunities along with leadership training. Great people."
"CitiGroup is very bureaucratic company. I have had proposal to build very efficient Release/Build/Deploy system for full company and management even did not invite me for discussion."
"Not too impressed with this company. Hiring freeze for way too long, and salary when hired was very poor. The only reason I joined was to try and bring my trading vision to life within the company. Next time I will just do things on my own and go from there. Not sure what else to say about the company other than that I'm a bit disgruntled."
"I've worked at Citibank 5 years. It is a company with a lot of great people devoted to their customers and offers a lot of valuable services. The company has a lot of talented people that actually do the work despite higher management.A great company to work for!"
"I was working for Citi in the Anti Money Laundering division. I specialized in account based monitoring and was also versed in Global Wire Transfer Monitoring. Citi was a special company to work for. The division I worked in had extremely flexible and engaging work atmosphere. I regretted leaving but understand new business requirements made change inescapable."
"I've worked with Citigroup since 1998 as a consultant and was a pretty good working environment, then became an employee on 2004 and benefits and working hours were good.As a corporate environment use latest technology in the market as well 3rd party support was very accessible."
"It was a dread every day to go to work and there is no ability to move up. you are more likely to be laid off. there is no listening to the grunt workers. Employee input is a joke."
"The overall culture is problematic, seems like there's more of an emphasis in cutting costs that creating a good productive environment for employees. There is a lot of variations between teams but in general there is a lack of documentation and some teams write bad or messy code and do not have processes to ensure stability (testing environments not set up, code deployed to production not checked into SVN, build and deploy not automated)"
"Citigroup is a large company and your experiences can range from position to position, location to location and from manager to manager within the same group. I have changed departments and changed managers within departments. There are advantages and disadvantages with every department and every manager I have worked for. For this reason, it's difficult for me to write a good review. However, a few things never change. The employee is not valued and your manager is always right."
"Citigroup is a reputable global financial institution. It has great offerings for all levels of professionals. As with all large companies, personal success is contained within the division you are operating. Ability to make a difference and gain new technology are limited in the business area you are assigned to. Due to the size of the organization, personnel promotions, although definitely based on performance, controlled with managerial alliances."
"Great company to work for.Lot of financial innovations happened at CitiGroup and it offers challenging environment to work for.Working with a diverse project environment involving teams globally and includes different service/software vendors. Provides great training for employees on project management and personal development."
"I have worked with Citigroup for 2 years. The work ethics and team support was excellent. Coordination within the team from low level to senior level was very cooperative."
"This was a great company to work for even through change and resizing I always found a place within to restart and grow with the company. Every new opportunity brought new challenge and great learning experience. I recommend CitiGroup as a great company to work for."
"After many years at CITI I'm actually glad I got laid-off. I am ready for new opportunities and a new workplace."
"I've worked at CITI for many years and the atmosphere within the company has steadily declined over the years. At one time bonuses, Christmas parties, excellent benefits, and a chance for advancement were the norm. One could tell the company cared about its employees' happiness. Now the bonuses are gone, parties are designed only for small children, the benefits are getting worse, and there is nowhere to grow. The stockholders are now the only group that are made to feel important."