Relationship Banker II (Former Employee) – Seaford, DE – May 22, 2017
Mediocre place to work for. The pay could be more for someone with an MBA. They don't do cost of living increases on Merit increase. For a bank that makes millions the most you increase someone's pay is .45 cents?!?!?!
Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – May 21, 2017
M&T Bank is focused on the daily production and efforts to achieve performance metrics. M&T Bank is very calculated with any corporate changes and is responsive to major technological needs. The company has a strong cultured balanced in work/life. DC has developed a diverse and inclusive culture that is open to new ideas and growth.
Business & Planning Analyst III (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 16, 2017
M&T has recently changed their mantra and is striving to develop a diverse employee base. There are many networking opportunities available through groups, shadowing, etc. Benefits are lacking however - compensation in particular is by no means comparable to other local competition and health insurance could be better.
However M&T is not going anywhere and therefore your job is nearly 100% secure. There are also a variety of internal development programs similar to graduate programs but more specialized to the industry.
networking opportunities, internal development programs
Productive workplace, always busy, you learn a lot, excellent training.
Senior Teller/Supervisor (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 15, 2017
A typical day was busy dealing face to face with customers. Most customers were regulars very nice and friendly. Great co workers and management. Over all a great company to work for. They really do care about you as a person.
Professionally led, team driven workplace with upward mobility
Branch Sales Associate (Former Employee) – Wesley Hills, NY – May 14, 2017
My job with M & T Bank was one of the best jobs I've had, and I am actually in the process of getting my foot back in the door after being away for nearly 8 years. Teams were led by management that set clear goals and helped outline techniques that set us up for success. Daily feedback and praise was given, and potential was recognized and achievements were praised and rewarded monetarily.
The only complaint I would ever have about M&T is that their entry level positions didn't seem to be paid very competitively, even though my job grade changed twice while employed there. However, I excelled in sales and my efforts were rewarded with quarterly bonuses.
upward mobility, supportive management, bonuses and other incentives
Great company, just not a great presence in the Lehigh Valley
Relationship Banker I (Former Employee) – Allentown, PA – May 11, 2017
There are three branches in the Lehigh Valley, They could not be more different from each other. M&T Bank is a fabulous company unfortunately they forget about the Lehigh Valley. The valley is left to their own device, the forgotten children.
Teller II (Current Employee) – Keyser Cumberland – May 9, 2017
Every branch is seeing cut backs. While the long term employees are not being compensated for picking up the slack. They are hiring employees with no experience and starting them out making more than the employees who have been there for years.
Business Process and Operational Risk Analyst (Former Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 8, 2017
I found that M&T was perfectly adequate, but took very few steps to go above and beyond the minimum in keeping their employees satisfied. There was little opportunity to move forward with job opportunities other than the smallest increments. I would recommend this job for anyone, but only for a limited amount of time.
Great coworkers; average compensation; questionable leadership
Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – May 8, 2017
M&T is a decent place to work at. I learned valuable tools that I now can take with myself to my next place of employment. The drawback to M&T is that the compensation is average, they put too much stock in their College Programs units and have created a self fulfilling prophecy in terms of promoting those individuals over other.
High Deductible Health Care Plan; Low Compensation
Teller (Current Employee) – Hudson Valley ,NY – May 7, 2017
Customer service based bank. Teller duties include processing customer transactions, balancing cash and preventing loss to the bank. Medical,dental and vision benefits, 401K, paid vacation and holidays. Accessible management and friendly work environment Overall a great place to start a career