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9 days ago

Project Coordinator - 2015 Graduate Program

NASDAQ OMX New York - Downtown - 165 Broadway

of Group: Nasdaq is the world's largest electronic stock market. It lists more companies and, on average, trades more shares per day than any other… NASDAQ OMX


28 days ago

PR Service Account Manager

NASDAQ OMX Boston, MA

• Actively own and manage the client relationship for each assigned client through strategic and effective account management, client service and… NASDAQ OMX


11 days ago

Systems Administrator

NASDAQ OMX New York, NY

of Group: The Technical Operations team provides day-to-day IT/AV technology, infrastructure, and operational support to NASDAQ OMX’s LIVE… NASDAQ OMX


21 days ago

DD Direct Sales

NASDAQ OMX Austin, TX

• Supports the Senior Sales Executives in identifying key areas of opportunities in the market. • Supports the Senior Sales Executives in closing… NASDAQ OMX


21 days ago

2015 Summer Internship Program - System Administration

NASDAQ OMX Boston, MA +2 locations

of Group: Nasdaq is the world's largest electronic stock market. It lists more companies and, on average, trades more shares per day than any other… NASDAQ OMX


9 days ago

2015 Summer Internship Program - Web Design

NASDAQ OMX Rockville, MD

of Group: Nasdaq is the world's largest electronic stock market. It lists more companies and, on average, trades more shares per day than any other… NASDAQ OMX


3 days ago

iOS Mobile Developer – new

NASDAQ OMX Boston, MA

on Group: The Mobile Solutions team which, is part of Global Application Services group, develops and delivers a diverse set of strategic technology… NASDAQ OMX


21 days ago

Senior Credit Risk Analyst to Nasdaq

NASDAQ OMX Stockholm +2 locations

The Risk Management department of Nasdaq Clearing is responsible for managing the risk assumed by Nasdaq Clearing in its role as a clearing house… NASDAQ OMX


21 days ago

Senior Software Engineer, UX

NASDAQ OMX Bangalore

• Create basic HTML layout from image mocks provided by design team • Create highly interactive HTML pages with CSS and JQuery/JavaScript… NASDAQ OMX


28 days ago

Graphic Designer

NASDAQ OMX Rockville, MD

of Group: The Nasdaq Design Group is an award-winning multidisciplinary internal design agency supporting NASDAQ OMX business units worldwide. With… NASDAQ OMX


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NASDAQ OMX Group Chief Executive Officer Bob Greifeld
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  1.  

    Well, what can I say. Really quite bad.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in San Francisco, CA (US)

    I have been working at NASDAQ OMX Group full-time

    Pros

    Good benefits including 6% 401(k) match, but no public transportation stipend. Decent hours, but they are inflexible. Office is in the Financial District and the commute is easy.

    Cons

    Base salary is too low for San Francisco. The Thomson Reuters acquisition process was a complete disaster...trying to integrate a larger team into a smaller one in the way they tried just didn't work. Trying to integrate the legacy TR and NASDAQ products together isn't working either. Clients are very unhappy and are canceling left and right to go to competitors. Five sales people have left in the past month alone to get off of the sinking ship. Communication between sales and service is so disjointed that management thinks using Excel spreadsheets is the way to go. There are processes in place just for the sake of having a process.

    This company is probably great for you if you are looking to plod along in the same position for 5+ years. Other employees aren't driven and are content with 'stability' over growth. Do not come here if you prefer working in a start-up environment because, contrary to what NASDAQ might tell you, they are not an 'aspiring technology company' and cannot possibly compete with smaller, more nimble competitors.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Treat your employees better. Stop cutting costs at literally every corner and start treating us like it's your employees that make the company. And stop making life for clients difficult just because you can.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO

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