On average, employees at Morgan Stanley give their company a 3.9 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest Morgan Stanley employees are Client Services Associates submitting an average rating of 4.8 and Financial Consultants with a rating of 4.7.See all Morgan Stanley reviews »
"The people I worked around were generally very professional and nice."
"Morgan Stanley is good company to work with, too bad they don't have offices in the bay area."
"Morgan Stanley is a great place to work, my team has been great, friendly and encouraging always."
"Worst company to work and the most uncaring managers--lacking in people skills"
"I've worked for Morgan Stanley since 2006, and the company has changed significantly in that time. It started as a premier institutional way, living up to its reputation of doing first-class business in a first class way. But they didn't need to assert that ten years ago. Now, they repeat it over and over. You figure out what that means."
"I enjoyed my time working at Morgan Stanley."
"I have been working with Morgan Stanley more than 6 years. It's really a good company to work with. All the groups are very well organized and also have strong infrastructure support team that make the company doing better."
"Great company to work for."
"Good place to work in terms of environment and compensation."
"I have worked for Morgan Stanley for 13 months with global team to develop globally used application. It is a good company to learn more how a large project is developed."
"Morgan Stanley is a big company with very good work environment. I work with a very good team. There are possibilities of growth in work."
"Not a team environment. Everyone is out for themselves. Company culture needs improving."
"I've worked for Morgan Stanley since 2006. The overall experience is nice but we receive little to none for compensation. The benefits are great but because of the economy we are not being compensated for the hard work we put in. The company suggests mobility but that takes over a year or so, or sometimes it's hard to move to a different department."
"Best company to work for."