Susquehanna International Group (SIG) FAQ

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47 English questions out of 47

23 December 2019

Does Susquehanna International Group (SIG) offer massages?

Pros

great office, good benefits, free breakfast and lunch, no overtime, friendly people

Cons

always busy, priority on speed over quality and maintainability, old legacy systems with poor code quality and no focus on improving, limited exposure to new tech

great office, good benefits, free breakfast and lunch, no overtime, friendly people

23 December 2019

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25 March 2020

Does Susquehanna International Group (SIG) have a pension plan?

Pros

Healthcare plan, free lunch, pay towards pension.

Cons

Limited promotion prospects. Limited training.

Healthcare plan, free lunch, pay towards pension.

25 March 2020

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13 February 2021

Does Susquehanna International Group (SIG) offer parental leave?

Pros

Nice people, good benefits, good work life balance

Cons

None that I can think of

Nice people, good benefits, good work life balance

13 February 2021

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26 May 2020

Does Susquehanna International Group (SIG) offer a wellness program?

Pros

great benefits, catered lunch and breakfast daily

Cons

Hard to maintain work/life balance with job demands

great benefits, catered lunch and breakfast daily

26 May 2020

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22 October 2021

Does Susquehanna International Group (SIG) offer life insurance?

Pros

Competitive pay - I believe that hiring managers truly care about employees being fairly compensated for their work. I felt this way when I initially got the job, and still feel this way on the other side of it (as a recruiter)! Excellent management - The firm seems to have done a great job at placing the right individuals in management positions (and attracting them to begin with). They all treat me with respect and have never turned me down for a meeting or left any of my questions unanswered, plus they've been generous enough to give me plenty of their time whenever I've requested it. Additionally, my direct manager has given me plenty of autonomy, not micromanaged me, and demonstrated flexibility in finding the best way for me to grow within my role. Great Benefits - Employees are genuinely treated with dignity by being given unlimited sick days off; plenty of vacation days (plus NYSE holidays off); catered food, snacks and drinks everyday; 401(k) with profit sharing; a gym; great medical, dental, vision and life insurance (along with other things like an HSA or FSA); a mail room; free supplies; plenty of events for employees (like renting out the entire zoo); and plenty of free tickets to local attractions and events. Great founders/directors - On my very first day I had a great interaction with one of the founders. He treated me like we were one and the same. More generally speaking, these individuals just do what they love to do everyday and treat everyone around them equally. I've been genuinely impressed and I believe they've set a great standard for the firm. Great culture/people - Everybody I've met has been nice! I think much of this comes down to management for hiring the right people and maintaining a pleasant culture, but surely everyone at the firm should get some credit for this too!

Cons

Honestly, I can't come up with any.

Advice to Management

Continue attracting and investing in great individuals!

Employees are genuinely treated with dignity by being given unlimited sick days off; plenty of vacation days (plus NYSE holidays off); catered food, snacks and drinks everyday; 401(k) with profit sharing; a gym; great medical, dental, vision and life insurance (along with other things like an HSA or FSA); a mail room; free supplies; plenty of events for employees (like renting out the entire zoo); and plenty of free tickets to local attractions and events.

22 October 2021

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