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23 days ago

Talent Acquisition Sourcer - US

NASDAQ OMX Bangalore

The Talent Acquisition Sourcer will support the Talent Acquisition team in pipelining talent for a variety of roles. Proactively identifies… NASDAQ OMX


13 days ago

Desktop Administrator - 2015 Graduate Program

NASDAQ OMX New York - Downtown - 165 Broadway

of Desktop Administration Career Family Manages the Information Technology (IT) infrastructure within an organization, including the physical… NASDAQ OMX


27 days ago

Digital Content Strategist

NASDAQ OMX Rockville, MD

of Group: The Nasdaq Digital Strategy Group is responsible for the company’s enterprise online ecosystem, using the full creative and commercial… NASDAQ OMX


25 days ago

2015 Summer Internship - Project Coordinator

NASDAQ OMX Boston, MA

of Group: Nasdaq is the world's largest electronic stock market. It lists more companies and, on average, trades more shares per day than any other… NASDAQ OMX


7 days ago

Research Analyst

NASDAQ OMX Rockville, MD

• Provide expert analysis in support of management strategic initiatives • Discover business opportunities and threats, and develop innovative… NASDAQ OMX


25 days ago

2015 Summer Internship - System Operations Administration

NASDAQ OMX New York, NY

of Group: Nasdaq is the world's largest electronic stock market. It lists more companies and, on average, trades more shares per day than any other… NASDAQ OMX


13 days ago

2015 Summer Internship Program- System Administrator, Broadcast

NASDAQ OMX New York - Midtown

of Group: Nasdaq is the world's largest electronic stock market. It lists more companies and, on average, trades more shares per day than any other… NASDAQ OMX


24 days ago

QA Test Engineer to support our Asian Exchanges

NASDAQ OMX Stockholm

As a QA Test Engineer you will be integrally involved in meeting our challenge to develop robust high quality software, with ever increasing… NASDAQ OMX


6 days ago

QA Test Analyst - 2015 Graduate Program

NASDAQ OMX New York, NY

of QA Test Career Family: Creates, executes and maintains tests according to test scripts and test plans. Is required to test either front end or… NASDAQ OMX


7 days ago

Senior Software Developer – Server/Back End

NASDAQ OMX Stockholm

Senior Software Developer – Server/Back End to join our Commodities and Post Trade Solution Team. NASDAQ OMX is a… NASDAQ OMX


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NASDAQ OMX Group Chief Executive Officer Bob Greifeld
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    Was great for a while then went downhill very rapidly after large acquisition that happened in June '13.

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    Former Employee - Managing Director in New York, NY (US)
    Former Employee - Managing Director in New York, NY (US)

    I worked at NASDAQ OMX Group full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Very good benefits, base pay, high quality coworkers. Some legacy products are top notch. Good company name to have on your resume.

    Cons

    Management in place now with the Thomson acquisition that has absolutely no clue what they are doing. Misstep after misstep from product roll-outs to Facebook IPO, to exchange outage in August '13. CEO will not accept any responsibility (buck does not stop with him), but will quickly place blame on internal technology issues or blame outside factors.

    Constantly in fear of losing your job regardless of your loyalty/tenure or how well you are doing. Employees looking to leave like rats off a sinking ship. Meetings that are typically a complete and utter waste of time. Mandate from CEO is to constantly cut costs and increase margins (like a broken record), but eventually there is no more meat left on the bone to cut. CEO is surrounded by "yes" men/women and if you're liked by executive management you'll have a job forever at Nasdaq.

    VP level on up is too concerned with ladder climbing.Too many fiefdom's that don't communicate well and are all selling into the same accounts which creates confusion for the prospects/clients.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Invest in your people vs giving yourselves raises...training benefits everyone and adds to your bottom line via increased sales. Also, learn to treat your employees with respect vs. treating them like cattle. Remove yourself from your ivory towers and get out with your divisions to better understand their challenges. Last but not least, please stop the old school 'rule by fear' method...it doesn't work to motivate people.

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