Overall Reviews at Crédit Agricole
Chef de Projet (H/F) | New York, NY | Jan 30, 2020
It's all fun and games until you need a safeword
French stereotypes? Just keep the bad ones.
If you’re looking for a workplace stuck in the past like it’s a movie from the 70’s (villains included), don’t look further.
Once in a while, you might have a workmate passing away due to extreme workload. Don’t worry, chances are you won’t even care. Oh they might switch plants too.
Long story short, unless you’re craving to work late nights on something useless, do yourself a favor: run
However on the bright side:
-Don't bother being nice to others
-Expect resilience to go above and beyond
-Psychology wise you'll explore how deep can be the darkest minds
-Provide you with interns to challenge human rights
-Feel like you’re the smartest guy in the room
-Realize how teamwork is overrated
ProsI even forgot what this means.
ConsOnly drawback is that bars will be closed when you’ll step out of the office.
job dating | West Virginia | Jun 24, 2019
Il semble que cette méthode de recrutement ne soit surement pas adaptée au crédit agricole, enfin surtout aux recruteurs.
7 mn pour le candidat sur une poste soit disant complexe : conseiller clientèle, il faudrait accorder vos violons!!
Ou le job est accessible aux candidats motivés et là cette technique de speed dating s’applique,
Ou le job est complexe et donc non applicable.
Et puis quand vous inviter les candidats a se présenter, préciser le poste.
Managing Director | New York, NY | May 2, 2019
While I love what I do and the people I work with, the Bank has historically fallen short on recognizing and rewarding its best producers. Good people stay because they like what they do but would likely leave for better opportunities elsewhere.
ProsGood People, Collaboration, Improving Culture, New CEO who appears determined to move the bank forward
Client Manager | Paris, TX | Sep 20, 2018
Credit Agricole (International Bank); Client Relationship Manager
As a key member of the Cash Management team, oversaw portfolio administration of existing and potential institutional customers. Entrusted to convert or deliver currencies for local global banks. Also communicated product details for banking services and negotiated pricing
Associate | New York, NY | Jan 3, 2019
Good Place to work - little opportunity for advancement
I have worked at Credit Agricole for two years. While it is a great environment to learn, you quickly feel stuck with little opportunity to advance. Office politics and <Paris guidance is very very heavy and felt everyday.
Pros401k matching, Work/life balance
ConsPay, advancement opportunities, Office politics
Senior Associate | New York, NY | Apr 11, 2019
Decent Benefits - no advancement
Decent benefits, for the most part good work environment. However advancement is very slow (if any), compensation is under industry average, management takes all the credit for accomplishments, little incentive for he hard working lower level employees.
Consno advancement & compensation
Counsel | New York, NY | Aug 7, 2019
Great people in an intense business environment.
The inadequate technology is frustrating but there are some outstanding people who are great to worth with across all the departments and divisions which is more important.
ProsThe people who are great colleagues.
ConsLow or no budgets where investment is needed.
Director | New York, NY | Aug 13, 2019
Incompetent and awful CIO
Incompetent and awful CIO would is managing his team by fear, intimidating and treating them harshly. The staff is totally demotivated because of his awful management. No career path possible unless you are part of his friends and French.
Budget Manager | New York, NY | May 26, 2020
very low salaries
o yourself a favor : Run and never look back! Very low salaries, no communication between departments and managers very high turnover, teams constantly short staffed and horrible management
ConsOffice is so old there is carpeting on the walls
Senior Support Analyst | New York, NY | Mar 2, 2020
laid back, french culture
get your things done and you are set. management in Paris does not really care about events in NY. If you want to get promoted you need to learn French or be at the firm for at least 8-10 years.