"I have worked for Wellington on a short term contract, I found this company very structured and good ethics of employee management."
"Wellington is a great firm."
"Wellington Management Company is a private, independent investment management firm with client assets under management totaling over US$1 trillion. The firm serves as investment advisor to over 2,150 institutions in over 60 countries, as of 30 December 2017. Its clients include central banks and sovereign institutions, pension funds, endowments and foundations, family offices, fund sponsors, insurance companies, financial intermediaries, and wealth managers"
"Great opportunity for growth and get hands on different technologies. Peers are very helpful and cooperative, however, you have to work with minimum guidance. Management makes decisions and it's up to the employees to figure out how to get things done and structure the team."
"I have only worked for Wellington for 6 months, but in that time there has been nothing but good things I can think of to tell you. From the top of management to all of the employees, everyone was easy to talk to and work with. It seems as though Wellington is very good at choosing who they hire. People who are certainly qualified to get the job done, and enjoyable to get it done with."
"I have worked here for 3 years, this company is good for learning different technologies but there is lack of organization."
"good exposure at new technologies and also help in identifying what needs of the employees"
"The IT department had no direction"
What do you like about working at Wellington Management?
"It was a beautiful facility and offered a lot of amenities."
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"Make sure they start their interviews on time. Mine was an hour late."
What don't you like about working at Wellington Management?
"The IT department had no direction, the goals were changing weekly, and no money was being invested in technology."
What suggestions do you have for management?
"Find a goal and stick to it. Also, avoid the culture of entitlement. It is like a cancer and will eat your company. Another bad thing to avoid: running a company by committee. Any company that runs by committee is doomed to fail."
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