Mercer Jobs & Careers in Bristol, England

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6 days ago

Investment Analyst Summer Internship

Mercer Bristol, England

As an intern within our core Investment Consulting team, you will help advise a variety of institutional clients, mainly pension schemes, on how to… Mercer

23 hrs ago

Pensions Administrator – new

Mercer Bristol, England

We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Administrator with strong numerical skills to join us as a Pensions Client Service Advisor in… Mercer

28 days ago

Scheme Events Pensions Administrator

Mercer Bristol, England

accurate and consistent service. We focus on understanding and managing member expectations and ensuring that they receive the information they need… Mercer

6 days ago

DC Pension Analyst

Mercer Bristol, England

include: • Provide input to Mercer advice on DC issues and regulatory… Mercer

7 days ago

Graduate Investment Analyst

Mercer Bristol, England

Joining as a graduate in our Bristol office, you will also become part of our 16 month Graduate Development Programme commencing in September… Mercer

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Mercer President & CEO Julio A. Portalatin
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    Sad, uninspiring, out-of-touch

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    Central location, everybody is willing to help you if necessary.


    Most people were pretty out-of-touch with one another. Work was work, and there was little attempt to make connections in the workplace. Inefficiencies were obvious and common: slow, uninterested in one's work, more emphasis on talking about achievements, skills, and accreditations, than demonstrating them, little team spirit. We were in the process of moving a department to another country, and the team on the other side seemed more interested in finding fault and blame than effective teamwork and support. Some managers were very supportive, and some were boastful and loud. This organization seemed too stuck in the old boy's club attitude, where credibility for skill and savvy were primarily bolstered by volume and arrogance.

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    Be more progressive with leadership, beyond just getting the work done off a check-list. A more inspired team who enjoys working together instead of individual tasks will produce far better work, more efficiently, and value the company better.

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