Teller (Former Employee) – New Windsor, NY – April 27, 2017
Not the worst place to work at but could be better. The pay isn't good. Management contradicts themselves. They get upset when you don't ask questions and do something on your own then get mad when you ask too many questions they feel you should already know the answers to ( but youre just trying to make sure you do it right).
Insurance Agency Assistant (Former Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – May 21, 2017
• Reduced the amount of time to distribute vendor reports by half through process improvement • Continuously improved insurance operations process which resulted in greater work productivity • Drove general office operations including high-volume phone management, expense reporting appointment scheduling and file system management
Contact Center Specialist (Current Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – February 28, 2017
Although this company preaches about steady employment and caring about its employees. It only cares about the outcome the employee has. They do not care about outside lives or anything that pertains to outside of the company
Internal Auditor (Former Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – September 3, 2016
I like the ability to learn new things and as an auditor that was always the way. First and second layer of management is good but the senior management isn't as in touch with the workers as they should. I loved my coworkers and they were the best part of the job. Working in a team minded organization such as the credit union makes coming to work worth it.
Teller (Current Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – May 10, 2016
This was my first bank job, so I did learn a lot and would like to stay in this field. I work with numerous different titled employees there, which lets me know that if I stay in this field there is room to grow.
Member Services Representative (Former Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – March 10, 2016
Worked independently as well as with coworkers within my department as well as with other departments to resovlve member issues. I learned to navigate multiple systems. The most enjoyable part of my job was working with a great team of coworkers. The hardest part of my job was that members of management did not take the time to learn the tasks of the department and therefore did not schedule tasks so be accomplished efficiently.
Financial Service Representative (Former Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – December 17, 2015
This is a good job of you want to get stuck in a mental brain wash. They made promises they couldn't keep. A lot of the managers/supervisors are unprofessional and immature, sadly upper management doesn't see it cause when they need to you'll find them on their best behavior.
This company recently underwent a complete system downgrade. The staff was not nearly trained enough, everything takes longer to load, the members are unhappy, the staff is overworked and stressed, everyone is miserable.
Great and fun place to work and grow as an undergraduate.
Teller (Former Employee) – Beacon, NY – November 12, 2015
Really enjoyed this positon, the hardest part was working with so many new people everyday doing the same exact thing day after day. It as if you want to be pushed and learn more but the job is honesty so easy.
Teller I (Current Employee) – Poughkeepsie – June 23, 2015
-Typical day would be helping about 100 or so members a day. -Strong attention to sales although they dont tell you that when you are hired. -Responsible for handling a lot of cash and performing a lot of transactions without any error while doing so. -The pay doesnt seem like its scaled well for the work being done, I felt like I should have been making more. -The company is enjoyable to work for but interoffice politics run rampant in most of the branches. If you cant keep up with there life style you may find yourself shuned more off than not.
Good benefits, room for advancement, some decent people to work with
Strong sales model with little compensation for it, Huge company doesnt listen to the needs anymore.
ATM Proof Clerk (Former Employee) – Poughkeepsie, NY – April 10, 2015
I worked part-time hours in a confined space with several other women counting enormous amounts of money. Everyone worked well together in teams of 2. The hardest part of the job was always being a duo. The easiest part was the end of the day.