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Better they had re joining option. And must have more branches in other cities as well as they have business operations in Hyderabad and Gurgaon only. As I shifted to Bangalore I was not able to find a job matching the process.
S&P Global is a great place to work. The benefits and compensation provided by the company is very good. The work culture is great. There are times when the work becomes stressful specially during releases. However, the senior management is quite approachable and they help you overcome those challenges. I would highly recommend this company!
Its a fun place to work and culture of the company is very good. Managers are collaborative and only problem in this company is salary is not upto the mark especially for outsiders. Except salary other all things are fine.
Outdoor activities, Free lunch/dinner on early morning/night shift
The environment is good. Overall a lot of activities happen to keep the workplace fun. Productive and Qualitative work, emphasis on work and work all the time. Management is approachable and ready to take the opinions and suggestions, wherever they are feasible.
Lots of activities
# feeling very lucky for being a part of Great place to work 19-20 certificed, one of the best Mncs in world. i.e. S&P Global Market intelligence. here every day is full of new learning whether it is related to work or skills. # here i learned so many things which is essential for a working in any feild and which helps to strengthen ones knowledge for the industry same. # culture- here culture is full of positive, energetic and of course having best standards to meet the MNCs level. which is setting an example in their industry.
If you want to join as a Business Analyst in S&P Global Market Intelligence, then please don't do it. Management Hierarchy in the Market Intelligence vertical is extremely poor. Cab is free - but timings and the services are very poor. Infrastructure is like that of call centres, too many people stuffed in the building. For an org of this size and reputation don't expect people to have an understanding of the processes and follow them. If you have good contacts you can have your way in this org. Compensation structure is super poor. 15% of the CTC is into variable component and you get 80% of it, if your performance has been as per the expectations. Those who joined this org. as a fresher a decade ago and are still here, they are under the impression that there is no other org like this where you can get a cafeteria, wfh, flexible time, transparency etc. But there every other org. of this size is better than S&P.
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I am working with s&p global from last one year and my experience is till date is very good. The work culture is very good. Management is good. Managers and high authority are very supportive.
Enhanced skill set, problem solving attitude, more manageable, creative thinking, good team player, improve timeliness.
It is a great experience to work with such good company and getting a enhanced skillset with overall performance and development. Here the environment provide by company is fantastic.
The work culture is the best and thats the reason the organization received the certificate "Best place to work"
I am still going through lots of learning, the organization provides a tool facility where specialized courses are available for employees. I have been through lots of phases of my work culture at every step managers are there to guide and take keen interest in the development and enhancement of employees skills.
I have been working at S&P Global Market Intelligence full-time for more than 5 years Pros Work culture, employee friendly, best for female employees Cons Low Pay, Multiple org within same legal name, hard to adapt to change due to legacy staff Advice to Management Salary is the biggest pain here and promotion increment does not takes salary slab into consideration while promoting an employee