Analyst (Former Employee) – Mumbai, Maharashtra – 19 April 2017
MSCI has got a good work culture overall though the work life balance may not be the same for all profiles but the people here are fun and it's a real pleasure interacting with everyone, very friendly and approachable even the top management.
long hours and difficult commute for people living far off.
Real Estate Data Analyst (Former Employee) – INDIA – 13 April 2017
•Performance analysis for given portfolio of Real Estate client funds for given reporting periods. •Ananlyzing client data pertaining to property valuation, Tenancy information, Accounting Information and analyzing market movements. •Products worked involves Real Estate Index and Performance attribution Report.
Executive Assistant (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – 16 November 2016
My father is the CEO of the company so its probably inappropriate for me to review it. From an operational level, it is a very well run company. My father is a good man who cares about those that work for him.
Productive and very flexible work environment. Great place to work with "Employee FUN Days".
Executive Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – 22 September 2016
My typical work day consist of grabbing a cup of coffee. Reviewing any overnight voicemails, responding to emails. Making follow-up calls with employees and vendors. Looking at my task list for the day and beginning to execute anything on the agenda. Throughout the day I'd attend telephone conferences and meetings. I would end the day with reviewing my MS Outlook calendar, printing a copy of it and creating an agenda for the next day.
This job has taught me how to be a better time manager. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with my boss who was an Executive Director and being a part of the team.
Employee Fun Day was a great opportunity to team build.
Some days I would work 24 hours and would spend too much time on the job and away from home.
Institutional Sales (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – 23 August 2016
As an employee of MSCI for over three years, I think the best thing about the firm is the varied experiences our environment offers. I have been given the opportunities to own projects from start to finish and to work in areas/functions I had not previously had experience. I feel my opinion is valued and matters because I am converse with senior leaders every day as a NY employee.
Medical Assistant / Clinical Research Coordinator (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – 4 August 2016
We do not know what to expect coming into work every day is different, but the company is great and trying to expand our knowledge with new guidelines. MSCI strives to appreciate the employees. The downside of the company is CEO, COO, and management hire's friends and families and they are the ones who get the promotions and escalate there way to the top with NO education.
Great Company to work for.
employeers families are always hired and given promotions.
Work life balance is low. Management is focused on out sourcing only the back end jobs in India. You have to work on priority set by onshore team. Process correction initiatives may not be taken as welcome step.
Salary and perks, Global Culture, Exposure to latest technological implementations
Volatile job security, No vertical growth flat org..
Associate (Current Employee) – Mumbai, Maharashtra – 7 May 2016
good package but hardest part of the job is its long working hours. no shifts. dfkmwefksedmfsfmmsdfcms;kldfcmslk;dmlskedmfsmdf;lsdkcmsdlkcmsldcmsldkfcmsdfmsdfcmsldfmwsemflsfdmsdfmlsdfmcslfmolsfmolsfmnosfmoisfmjsefmnselkcfmwsefmnosfmnslkfmlksmnflsmnfomnsdfomsdfmwsdfmnosmndfrosmnfiofmwsfiosefmoisdfoisddmfolsmdflsmnklfwnfnmlksfc
Associate, Market Data, RiskMetrics® RiskManager (Current Employee) – Norman, OK – 13 December 2015
Good worklife balance bad for future job security Direct managers are good but upper management is all messed up everyday they come up with some experiment that eventually fails but in the process causes some mental stress
associate (Current Employee) – Norman, OK – 31 October 2015
There is a game room, foosball tables, and fun day every year. Flexible schedule and Working from home is OK. Good first job for new grads. The CEO is completely out of touch. The focus is on sending everything to India. I've never worked at a place with a higher turn over. Also, the only place I've seen where promotions are a bad thing. It works like this. They give you a new job with a much higher level of responsibility during the review period - but since raises only happen once / yr., you don't get your raise until the next promotions announcement, and then they say (every yr) "We just can't afford to give raises this year". It's unfortunately even worse for women. They don't like or respect women at all and don't really have any women in upper positions (well, maybe one) - so all the good ones have left. It's a technology company that has terrible technology leadership and terrible security. The application management team fights with everyone. Management is afraid for their jobs - so they rule with an iron fist and everybody throws everybody under the bus. The office is stressful, and the team is running scared all the time with managers who abuse people, yell at them, keep them from succeeding, and work them day and night (and holidays). If you have experience, it is a terrible place to work. If you're looking for your first job as a new grad and you don't know what the rest of the world looks like, you can last a few years. Women typically don't last long.
Relaxed dress code; game room; wok from home
Bad for women and experienced people - very high turnover
Pathetic senior management with restructuring every 6 mths
Senior Associate (Current Employee) – Mumbai – 3 April 2015
Work profile offered does not match with what you do at work. High on promises, low on delivering. Career growth of employees is the least priority for managers. HR team only present to help restructure teams every 6-12mths. Inferior quality work which is funded by high budget - summarizes MSCI.
Lower bonus / hike, job insecurity, management takes credit all the time