Material Handler (Former Employee) – El Dorado Hills, CA – August 11, 2017
Long shifts also our shifts rotated every five months which is a tough transition. The management team was fair and friendly a lot of turn over with the employees. There wasn't any real aspect of the position that was very difficult. I enjoyed all of my co-workers because we all worked as a team and it wasn't everyone for themselves.
Press Operator (Former Employee) – Brentwood, NY 11717 – August 8, 2017
As a press operator, when the press runs well all day, which is rare, I'd have some downtime. Everyone there was nice and helpful. This company threw around 5 party's while i worked there, it was a really rewarding company
Data consultant (Former Employee) – Bay Shore, NY – August 8, 2017
Through randstad, this company employs people as temporary employers. Although they do stay as long as they hold the position, the workers need to be compensated more for the work they do. As a starter job for someone fresh out of high school who have good computer skills, this job is a wonderful fit.
Logistics Coordinator (Current Employee) – Edgewood, NY – July 26, 2017
Broadridge is a great place to work. Many fun activities and many opportunities to advance. Great cultural diversity and many events to enjoy that. The hardest part of the job is that there is alot of mandatory overtime. Many 12 hour days including on holidays and weekends.
Many health events and fun activities for the employees
Associate Operations Analyst (Current Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – July 24, 2017
Company with very non-progressive leadership that is overtly unaware of the needs of employees younger than the age of 50. Old school in the worst way possible. Zero emphasis on developing you either personally or professionally. Poor pay. Next to no benefits or clear path forward. Company is in desperate need of better organization within its departments. Needs to learn to incentivize good work as opposed to only being there to hassle you when problems arise. Too many older folk that do their job the slowest way possible. Granted, they are the same ones that tell you to try and get out of the company asap. Morale is down the drain. This creates an air of tension when you want to do something like take a 30 minute lunch break. Or even take a vacation day. Both of those things are frowned upon and its just flat out weird.
They pay me
No one takes breaks, morale is in the absolute gutter, taking vacation days or working from home is seemingly frowned upon
It was a great place to work for, due to management involment with the associates
Audit Supervisor, Transfer Agency Data Audit (Former Employee) – Edgewood, NY – July 21, 2017
My typical day at work was communicating with my team. What I have learned if you work hard it will pay off one day. At my previous company, management was very thoughtful to us working from home once a week or more because they truly believe in work life balance to their employees. The hardest part of the job was getting back and forth since it took me 90 minutes each way to get home each day. The most enjoyable part of the job I was always learning something new, getting internal training classes, I was giving opportunity to work on projects with upper management.
Chance to develop attention to detail and communication skills
Proofreader/Copy Editor (Former Employee) – Edgewood, NY – July 12, 2017
Receiving assignments that are proofread, and any mistakes are noted and reported. Until all corrections are made, the assignment is not complete.
I refined my attention to detail, improved my communication and multitasking skills, and improved my stamina for long hour work days.
The people there were supportive and honest; they gave criticism when necessary, but always encouraged a strong work ethic and understanding between workers.
The hours are a bit long during seasons of large work flow; I stayed overtime an extra five hours a day during the harder times of the season. The pay made during the season is no joke, though. It pays the bills.
The people are great. They were easily the best part of the job. I can't imagine how awful the job would be without them.
Nice People, Great Pay, Solid Work Experience.
Long Hours (often unpredictable due to surprise overtime hours), Working at a computer all day for many hours straight.
Temp-Consultant (Former Employee) – Brentwood, NY – June 21, 2017
Daily, we had a routine to go through. Assignments had to be turned in by a certain time and could get stressful. But overall we had a great group of people and managed to always get it done on time.
I learned how to balance and prioritize assignments and bounce back and fourth a lot without missing a beat. The management helped me get back into work by taking their time with me, since I had to be out for over two years do to an illness. They were very good to me.
The workplace had a lot of different types of people. We all got along great and enjoyed each others company. There were no fights there at all are people talking about each other. It was very pleasant.
The hardest part of the job was when the workload came in and needed to be out fast, but done 100% without error. But, it helped me get used to working under stress.
The people honestly were the best part of the job. I really enjoyed the group a lot.
Family friendly environment that valued hard work and client relations
Client Support Representative (Helpdesk) (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – June 7, 2017
Working for the client support help desk at Broadridge, provided something different or new to learn almost everyday. Management and fellow coworkers felt like a family; however, we all held ourselves accountable, which made me a better worker. The hardest parts of the job were getting calls about things that had nothing to do with my group, but I had to point that caller in the right direction or connecting the right people together for conference calls. All things I generally had to learn on the fly. Of course I never shied away from asking for assistance from my coworkers, whom were always helpful. Most enjoyable part was coming into something new everyday.