Credit Suisse Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Credit Suisse employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Credit Suisse has a diversity rating of 4.

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February 5, 2019

Does there seem to be diversity at Credit Suisse?

Pros

Good career growth in India as expansion is happening, focus on conduct and ethics, value driven, encouragement to intenral mobility and employee retention, focus on diversity, DevOps, Agile, working from home, flexible working, good compensation and benefits

Cons

Lesser appetite to implement new technologies, huge reliance on Vendor and outsourced staffs, lot of work and multiples responsibilities

Advice to Management

Reduce frequent restructuring, reduce outsourcing, upskill staff to take up new roles

Good career growth in India as expansion is happening, focus on conduct and ethics, value driven, encouragement to intenral mobility and employee retention, focus on diversity, DevOps, Agile, working from home, flexible working, good compensation and benefits

February 5, 2019

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February 18, 2020

How is race or ethnicity talked about at Credit Suisse?

Pros

Very inclusive environment - was immediately impressed by the ethnic diversity and number of PRIDE ally flags I noticed when I entered the office my first day of work. There is a strong culture of internal mobility. Once you are hired, it is likely that you will have opportunities to grow and advance within the organization - even if not in the same business function.

Cons

I attended a workshop that outlined the promotion process. While I was not employed long enough to pursue promotion (2-3 yrs), the process seemed oddly subjective. From what I understood, unless one has the support of their direct line manager, they can never be promoted. So if a manager does not support one's personal growth, or if there are any clashes between that manager and employee, that single manager can hinder an individual's opportunity to advance - even if the issue(s) are not performance related. Titles are also important within this culture and will dictate how much income one can earn and how swiftly they can grow within the organization. Even if experience meets requirements for a role, employees cannot skip title levels. This could be limiting if one is hired as a lesser title simply to "get in" with the company or secure employment.

was immediately impressed by the ethnic diversity and number of PRIDE ally flags I noticed when I entered the office my first day of work.

February 18, 2020

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