Business Analysts give their job an average rating of 3.9 out of 5.0. The Business Analysts happiest with their jobs are employed by TenPearls with an average rating of 0.0 while the Business Analysts least happy with their jobs work for ikaSystems with an average rating of 1.0.Submit a Review
"See above. I made a lot of recommendations. Treat employees fairly. Bad reviews need proper justification, not subjective at all. Management and leadership need to respect employees. It sucks working here."
"It is an interesting job."
"Loved my 2 new friends. Hated the way I was given work that sat dormant on the VP and manager's desk for over 6 months and they did nothing with it. Gave it to me and still cared nothing about it. Made me hate being an analyst."
"I love being a Data/Business Analyst because I get to work with great people. I feel that change is good and working in different and more challenging environments while becoming more involved with management is where I am headed."
"I enjoy the day to day complexity of my job. Every day brings on a new set of tasks and challenges. Due to the nature of the job you have to meet every hurdle with optimism and gather all the relative information, otherwise you find out you have to start back at the beginning."
"I love the fact that there is always something new and interesting to analyse for the company. I am able to look at all different scenarios of a situation or problem. I love the fact that it's more practical than theoretic. One thing I hate about it is you are expected to know everything."
"Love interacting with business customers. Hate nothing about it!!"
"I would say it's the same for both, as in I love dealing with some clients and hate dealing with some clients. Sometimes they are so unresponsive but I have experience and patience to handle the situation in a professional manner."
"The ability to make a difference in the quality and timeliness of our performance for a client is my overall payoff. But I also get a feeling of satisfaction from turning messy numbers into nuggets of actionable information. What frustrates me most is execution that is slow or crashes."
"I'm definitely passionate about learning the business and what is deemed important for the business when new features need to build. In the eyes of the business is what I see the challenge in learning, which is what I love about being a Business Analyst. I won't necessarily say hate. I think we're sometimes being inundated with multiple activities going together, and prioritization becomes difficult or more challenging to manage."
"I would prefer to be making better use of my education and training in marketing than I am currently able to."
"Being able to meet stakeholders and document their needs and finally produce what they want."
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