The investment banking benchmark contains a range of organizations that either are solely investment banks or have large business areas devoted to investment banking. This benchmark only includes Men employees. We use woman and man because most of our customers are using binary options.
We consider this an emerging benchmark: it has enough data available for us to use bootstrapping to create a representative sample. As the sample grows in size, some scores may slightly change. Our research has shown that our bootstrapped scores are consistent with our standard benchmarks. Read more about the methodology.
Data provided by Culture Amp
Engaged people are emotionally committed to their organization. These people stay at their organizations longer and are more productive and effective. Successful organizations have more engaged employees.
This is in the top 45% compared with the overall average.
The average eNPS score for organizations in this benchmark is 23 and is in the top 21% compared with the overall average.
Engagement is defined through these five industry-standard questions from Culture Amp’s engagement survey template.
[Company] motivates me to go beyond what I would in a similar role elsewhere
3% above global average
I would recommend [Company] as a great place to work
2% above global average
I rarely think about looking for a job at another company
1% above global average
I see myself still working at [Company] in two years' time
1% below global average
I am proud to work for [Company]
1% below global average
The highest scoring question for Investment Banking had 92% of Men agreeing that they know how their work contributes to the goals of [company] (+3% compared to overall) while they were generally most positive about Management.
Men in Investment Banking were generally least favourable about Action, and were most negative towards 'I believe that my total compensation is fair, relative to similar roles at [Company]' with 24% of people disagreeing (+1% above average).
In the short term, 20% of people in this benchmark are thinking of or actually seeking jobs elsewhere (+0% compared to overall) while on a longer time frame, 12% of people see themselves leaving within two years (+0% compared to overall).
The following questions had the biggest impact on whether individuals felt that they were planning to stay at their organization and not actively looking for alternative jobs.
I am happy with my current role relative to what was described to me
77% favorableAlignment & Involvement
I believe my total compensation (base salary+any bonuses+benefits+equity) is fair, relative to similar roles at other companies
49% favorableAlignment & Involvement
I believe that my total compensation is fair, relative to similar roles at [Company]
We’ve connected the employee feedback data for each company included in the benchmark with ratings from Glassdoor.com, which is one of the world’s largest job and recruiting sites combined with a growing database of company reviews, CEO approval ratings and more.
3.9 stars (+0.1)
Culture and Values
3.9 stars (+0)
Work Life Balance
4.0 stars (+0.2)
Compensation and Benefits
3.75 stars (+0.1)
3.75 stars (+0.2)
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Organizations in the Investment Banking (Male) benchmark on average gave 11% of employees access to reports with their survey results. This is higher than average and demonstrates that organizations in this benchmark tend to be more transparent with their survey results to leaders and managers.
An interesting reference point is that the average proportion of managers in organizations is 12-15%, with some industries higher than others (New Tech was closer to 20%).
Investment Banking (Male)
Men in Investment Banking were much more positive than average regarding Leadership and Decision Making.
On the lower side, Men in Investment Banking had much lower favorable scores than average in Fairness.