Asset Managers give their job an average rating of 3.9 out of 5.0. The Asset Managers happiest with their jobs are employed by Raytheon with an average rating of 0.0 while the Asset Managers least happy with their jobs work for Kondaur Capital with an average rating of 1.5.Submit a Review
"I loved working with the customers and my fellow employees. I liked learning new things, when given the chance."
"Day to day the job is interesting."
"Contracts, negotiating, research."
"The best was when I was given a chance to develop the team and smooth the Procurement ways by developing the new policies. There was absolutely nothing to hate."
"Good pay. ~$60000. The financial reporting aspect is the most rewarding part for me. The ability to see decisions you've made for the asset to have a positive outcome. I try not to hate ;)"
"I love that I work independently but have the support I need when necessary. I have had the opportunity to travel all over the country and meet people in a variety of setting. I have been encouraged to develop my interpersonal communication and customer service skills. The job provides a venue for critical thinking while providing a much needed service to the community."
"I really love the financial aspect of the position and the fact that the job is always changing. There are always changes in the real estate market and the properties."
What do you like about working at Hudson Advisors?
"It was the worst job I ever had. On the plus side, the HR department planned fun after-work activities for employee morale and compensation and benefits were above-average."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"Skip the interview--you don't want to work for this company! If you like fearing management, having good ole boys promoted, age discrimination, and being crammed with 50 other people in a room without even cube walls, apply here! Salaries are good, but fairness is absent."
What don't you like about working at Hudson Advisors?
"Horrible management. Managers do not trust employees to make ANY decisions without oversight overkill. Communication with direct managers is broken, and sr. management lacks respect for employees and borrowers. Hudson's moral compass is broken. Sr management is egotistical and incompetant."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Listen to others. Treat others, including borrowers, as you would like to be treated. Make ethical decisions."
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