An Okay Bank, One thats good to start at but not long-term
Operations Specialist (Current Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – February 17, 2016
Get to my job around 10:30 and leave around 6:30 sometimes around 7:00. Depending if I'm working in systems or the Fax Management System, I will go into either. Systems includes an overwhelming amount of work to the point of going to the bathroom is frowned upon. Fax Management System (FMS) is pretty much data entry all day long, reading faxes and inputting the information into the FMS system.
Although the overwhelming amount of work, I've learned a lot about having a strong work ethic and being resilient in times where you cannot see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Management needs to step up and listen to the employees' demands because there is WAY too much employee turnover. The turnover is really detrimental to job efficiency because so many employees are leaving, the group is almost always understaffed and those with some experience cannot learn because everyone is too busy doing their own jobs. New employees are thrown into a fire and are expected to learn pretty much on their own.
Other than the chaotic work, co-workers are pretty down to Earth and keep the work environment somewhat alright.
The hardest part of the job is being able to adapt and learn from minimal training. It is extremely difficult to multi-task and a lot is expected from you from day 1.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the work environment. Although it is pretty disorganized and chaotic, the people and culture is really relaxed.
Good work environment/people