Senior Accountant (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – December 7, 2016
This company is building an innovative product for software industry. It is a faced paced company and the decisions are made quickly. A typical day with begin with review of emails to ensure nothing critical is required by the CFO or VP of Finance. Then it would be processing JEs/ reviewing TBs, etc to finish the day. The co-workers are very team oriented and will help when asked to assist in a project.
N/A (Former Employee) – Livingston, NJ – January 16, 2018
CIT has an excellent company culture and great work life balance. However, it lacks vision for young professionals when the company continuously hires externally. It is not necessarily the best company to jump start ones career.
Information Technology Manager (Former Employee) – Livingston, NJ – January 8, 2018
I had a good manager who stretched my team and tried to develop us in good ways. The company itself was constantly undergoing layoffs and everyone felt insecure. Few agreed with the direction it was headed.
I was working as a temp in their collections dept. I was always in the top 3 and never compensated for my work. They claim becuase I was a temp they would try to work something out for me and never kept their promises. Than the manager was making comments about my body. He was a pervert. When reported it to HR they treated me like the bad guy.
Former Employee (Former Employee) – Livingston, NJ – December 7, 2017
Company is in disarray. Not sure what it wants to be. Has had 2 reductions in head count since June 2017 with another planned for year end and another in 2018. Has been selling off profitable assets to pay shareholders. None of the signs are very promising.
Collector III (Former Employee) – Danville, VA – November 27, 2017
Micro-managers; during your interview you are not informed that your position requires constant phone calls to numerous clients and vendors along with tremendous amount of emails you have to answer to. Management only cares about meeting their own numbers and will blame you even if you meet your own quota. There are a lot of wonderful teammates but horrible management. Not enough pay for workload; great benefits though.
Consultant/Project Manager (Former Employee) – Pasadena, CA – October 10, 2017
Great company to work for, easy going. I didnt have any issues there. very nice and friendly people, it was the 2nd best place that I worked at. There are alot of older people who are stuck in there ways but thats about the only negative.
Assistant Vice President (Current Employee) – Livingston, NJ – August 31, 2017
A typical day consists of reviewing other people's paperwork and then being called out in meetings for having missed an occasional detail. Managers have no sense of the actual work being done by their reports and think they can cajole them into success. It does not help that team members are happy to report on each other behind their backs.