Production Control Specialist (Former Employee) – Edgewood, NY – November 3, 2013
Print financial books for clients such as ING, American Funds, Mass Mutual, and Wells Fargo Handle 20,000 service-level agreements daily Track orders from printing to finishing Communicate effectively with groups within the organization Report to Client Services on file issues Prioritize running daily reports with excel and updating them I learn to multitask in a fast pace environments
Full Stack .Net Developer (Former Employee) – Deer Park, NY – April 11, 2017
There are many projects and teams in this company and I am not sure about them but the project/team where i worked is the worst place to work. I think people in this team especially the manager should learn how to manage the team by observing the work and worker, not by listening to some other stupid people.
Fast pace environment, detailed, fifo procedure… every product has to be accountable. product has to be at the machines in a timely matter. inventory has to be actuate to keep the machines running constantly, with no down time.
Director (Former Employee) – Lake Success, NY – April 3, 2017
Great company, job very stressful and long hours. Management team was more fixated on their process versus doing the right thing for clients. Lots of redtape and non-value add. Tenured folks have no desire to change
Quality Control Inspector (Team Lead) (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – March 29, 2017
I'm not at Liberty to speak on Broadridge in any manner until my separation is fully completed. I have to maintain a mutual agreement that prevents me from speaking on Broadridge in a ill manner. I would love elaborate, but I will lose my benefits.
Accounts Receivables Analyst (Former Employee) – Deer Park, NY – March 27, 2017
Great work culture and a very progressive and open atmosphere. There is no anxiety if you need to speak to a high level executive and they always talk to you as an equal. I was a temp here for about a year, and there was no sign of any change happening which is the ONLY reason I left.
Payroll Coordinator (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – March 23, 2017
Good place to work. The atmosphere is team oriented. I learned different systems I payroll. The hardest part of the job was their ticketing system. The most enjoyable part of the job was solving problems with employees paychecks.
Revenue Analyst (Current Employee) – Edgewood, NY – March 19, 2017
The company has a relaxed environment with a great work life balance. With that comes less compensation than other similar companies. Beyond that there are limited roles with teams that seem to be getting smaller as more work is automated and the billing systems become more efficient. This make advancement difficult no matter how much they love the work you are doing.
Intern (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – March 15, 2017
Learned a great deal about the tax industry. Typical day consisted of meeting with various team members and assisting with various projects. Also worked on a group project with four other interns. Hardest part of the job was learning the tax code and being able to apply it to different projects. Most enjoyable part was the work itself and everyone in the department was engaging and friendly.
Makes you work everyday one week. Then make you go home the next
Machine Operator (Current Employee) – South Windsor, CT – March 6, 2017
Im a current employee here. im currently in the process of accepting a paycut with another company. Broadridge has to have the worst view towards their employees. They make you work 80 hour weeks for a whole year then next thimg you know your not allowed overtime anymore. Also if you cant work an overtime day they take it out of your vacation pay.. all in all i am not sad burning this bridge
Process Analyst (Former Employee) – Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh – January 30, 2017
Broadridge is a very good company to work for. The work culture and the management is very good and provide efficient training and support needed to fullfil the daily tasks assigned. A very good company.