Shift Supervisor Computer Operations (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 3 July 2017
Supervise Moody's Data Center staff of six. Write performance evaluations and make recommendations. Administrative functions performed (turnovers, monthly status reports). Perform system maintenance, Database Integrity Checks, file system backups. There were no hard parts to this job, it was one of my favorite jobs.
AVP and Manager, Credit Perspectives (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 3 July 2017
I treasured the Moody's I entered as a collegial and collegiate place. Its attempts to "run like a business" ultimately changed that culture and contributing to my leaving for a company that was even more intellectually demanding. People don't leave companies, however; they leave managers.
Enjoyed working as human resources administrator for 21 years.
Human Resources Administrator (Former Employee) – New York, NY62,000 – 4 May 2017
Worked as team in human resorces with creative co-workers. Learned all aspects of human resources from recruiting to training to benefits administration. Very busy atmosphere. Was able to work independently managing several projects. Hardest part was constant interruptions . Most enjoyable was interacting and helping internal clients.
Associate Analyst (Current Employee) – New York, NY – 30 November 2015
Great place to get credit analysis experience. Some analysts are really great with providing direction, others sometimes don't want to take the time. Work live balance is not bad and the culture is usually relaxed. Best to get the experience and move on; if you're looking for a place that will promote or advance, the chances are pretty slim. Moody's definitely hires more outside of the firm than promoting from within.
Moody's had a typical "American finance" company culture where associates are granted with more workload. However, I learned and grew a lot.
Associate Analyst (Former Employee) – Hong Kong – 1 May 2015
Moody's has a strong HR/compensation programs which helped employees focus on their work. Overall I enjoyed working, but I learned there was a high turnover among associates because there weren't much opportunities to be promoted since it had a big management.
Assistant Vice President (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 10 February 2015
The company went from having a collegial, affirming work environment to being contentious and back-biting. As corporate revenue mushroomed, staff reshuffling and managerial indifference seemed to increase as well. Management would boast of the company's success and the size of the IT budget, and at the same time be very stingy when it came to training, development tools, and workstations. One thing they did well was to allow for work from home. I felt that their technology was plagued by indecisiveness and a culture of inertia.
Located in lower Manhattan. Robust business model.
get information, check it, criticize it and develop an opinion on it. Then discuss it with your team, write about it and publish it. the source of information is usually the debt issuers, which gives you the opportunity to meet with the top management of large institutions. Meet with media and investors to share your opinions
intellectually challenging, issuer facing, quality of colleagues