Senior Credit Counselor/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – September 29, 2016
We had incentives but slowly were dropped down to nothing and the goals were un-obtainable once changed. instead of hiring a new team lead within the department that knew what the job entailed and how it was to be done. they hired a team leader from a completely different company with a completely different background who did not know the job at all. We as associates had to train our new team leader. No room for improvement
Operating Manager (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – September 26, 2016
They have many locations in the Buffalo and srrounding areas. Management is reat to work with. They are very much about family and work with you, especially if you are a caretaker of children or someone who is ill at home. They have great pay rate and benefits
Senior Vendor Risk Manager (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – September 26, 2016
During the final interview, the Executives which I interviewed with stated they welcomed all candidates - even without prior banking experience. However, during my experience, the culture was extremely biased to the fact I did not have the prior banking experience.
Retail Regional Sales Manager - Admin V.P (Former Employee) – Wilkes-Barre, PA – September 22, 2016
I started with M&T Bank right out of college and grew with the company over the past 13 years. I was well thought of and built a solid working relationship with everyone in retail banking along with many others in different lines of work within the bank. I was able to progress quickly to higher levels of responsibility and compensation. I learned a great deal about leading by example and engaging a work force. The culture at M&T was excellent as they practiced the open door policy at all levels, making everyone comfortable to reach out when needed. My favorite part of my last role as Regional Sales Manager was the ability to do daily coaching and development with my 18 direct reports along with the other 100 employees the rolled up under my responsibility.
Great work life balance, support from management, open feedback
Less pay than competition, archaic computer systems
Senior Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Cortland, NY – September 19, 2016
Company is constantly trying to improve what the offer to the customers which means constant changes. They like recent graduates with Bachelor degrees. They have a management development and sales development program for the graduates.
Teller (Current Employee) – Pasadena, MD – September 7, 2016
Job would be fantastic if my coworkers weren't so awful. Definitely a job I could see my self loving without these idiots. Riviera Beach Maryland tellers are catty and not helpful. Tell you a thousand different ways to do things and then yell at you for it. The job itself is easy if you don't plan on talking to anyone except customers. Can't even ask questions without getting an attitude.
PT Teller (Current Employee) – Havre de Grace, MD – August 29, 2016
Being a PT Teller was an exceptional job during the last few years of my college career. My branch worked with my changing schedules and other times I needed off for school/events. I'm lucky because my co-workers have been wonderful and the environment is very positive where I work.
I have learned so much there about business and I know that this foundation will help me in my future business career.
I love being able to talk with our customers and help them in any way I can, that's my favorite part about my job. I can help people by uncovering small ways to help them out in the future. The hardest part about being a teller is the lack of staff which means you have more responsibility put on your shoulders.
Overall, I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at M&T.
Great co-workers, positive environment, willing to work around schedules
Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 23, 2016
I enjoyed the variety in my job, it never got too boring. I learned so many things about manufacturing, packaging and labeling of over the counter pharmaceuticals. I liked working in the Pilot Laboratory with the miniature size equipment compared to the commercial size equipment used in the factory. I especially liked the scale-up process, that is where I learned the most about the robustness of the formula and the process used to manufacture gets challenged.