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
This was a summer internship for me as well. The second you walk into the facility you can immediately feel the team work environment energy. They are very keen on each and every person working together to get the overall goals met.
Focused more on timelines than quality or customer\employee relationships
Applications Developer Consultant (Former Employee) – Edgewood, NY – December 30, 2016
Managers would dictate timelines regardless of qualified developers recommendations for how long tasks would take. This would require extended overtime to make up for the given timeline. Employees are treated as scapegoats by the management.
Process driven operations with minimal advancement
Trust Operations Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – December 29, 2016
Work load became very heavy as minimal advancement occurred. It seemed towards the end of employment that you're valued more as an expendable means of cost effective production generation versus a valued employee of the company.