IHS Markit Employee Reviews
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The experience I developed at IHS Markit was invaluable, and the culture promotes self-starters and those willing to step up and take control of situations, but make no mistake--it is a stressful place to work and the significant layer of upper-middle managers are often of mixed quality, giving it a somewhat chaotic feeling.
This was possibly the best job I ever had. Indeed the years at IHS Market were my most enjoyable from a professional point of view. Only the lack of career progression opportunities lead to my moving on after several very happy years.
Long hours plus office based working
It will depend on your department and what role you are doing but there is a lot on offer not only benefits but holistically and opportunities to learn too. It is what you make of it.
Progressive company culture
Development will depend on your skills
A great company to work for, aproductive and fun, I was enjoying working and achieving my targets until COVID 19 arrived and changed completely our status. The entire AR / collection and Finance team has being made redundant include all senior staff and managment.
Free drinks, fruits
Total flexibility in working hours
Loved the job and fabulous people to work with - strongest asset of the company. Benefits and working surroundings great, good management and community involvement. Only place I know where the CEO comes over to meet every new acquisition - impressed by him. But profits and share price rule and when there is a new broom there are usually cuts !!!! Sorry to leave.
Salaries and career progress vary across departments, with some departments being very political in terms of promotion and huge discrepancies across similar roles. Don't see this company attracting more talent until this issue is solved - most of my colleagues are actively looking for other jobs due to the increasing frustration of seeing their career stagnating because merit isn't taken into account when promoting people
When you visit the offices (3 floors), many people seem unhappy. No-one really speaks much. Lot of virtual work going on so its hard to actually speak to someone on the phone unless you log a ticket., which doesn't solve instant queries.
Modern design of offices and a great company cafe.
People dont smile much. Seem far to serious.
It's a good place to work while you're employed there, but they are far too willing to make employees redundant to save money. For a business whose capital is human, it shows scant regard for its people, and is more willing to satisfy shareholders' aggressive growth demands.
The company offers a good work/life balance, although reflected in compensation. I find that people lack ambition and most jobs are not very challenging, which makes the daily routine quite boring ..! Although there is a wide range of services/products offered, it doesn't seem easy to move from one team to another.
Most of my days would be spent in meetings with different stakeholders with little time to do the work required. There is progression within the company but payrises are sparse and pay generally lower than average, the benefits package is very good though. The culture is very stakeholder orientated with little expenditure on anything that may affect this. The people I would work with make the job enjoyable but the lack of commitment to colleagues is hard to get past
Focussed on Shareholders
Good work life balance. Low salaries, with little or no increase. Good Bonus scheme and shares for employees at certain management levels. Chaotic management changes and constant redundancies.
shares/bonuses good work life balance