Construction Loan Associate (Former Employee) – Lancaster, PA – February 3, 2016
Work day is never boring. Assisting in helping customers build the home of their dreams. Received and made calls to our customer, appraisers, inspectors, and builders. Helped with sending out monies for draws and revising draw schedules. Processed invoices. Management worked along side of employees doing same work along with administrative duties they had assigned to them. Working for M & T who took over Keystone made the people you worked with feel like family. Hardest part of job is when you cant help the customer and best part is when you were able to see a home built from the ground up.
RELATIONSHIP BANKER II (Current Employee) – Syracuse, NY – January 24, 2016
The pay is low. Healthcare is a joke. Technology is outdated and makes it difficult to do our jobs. Claims to be customer and relationship oriented but that's not true;They only care about selling and their bottom line. The worst management I've ever encountered. Lots of unhappy people which leads to high turnover. Employees are simply not valued at M&T Bank.
Consultant (Current Employee) – Buffalo, NY – January 6, 2016
It is nice financial company. Company has friendly work environment. Manager will listen team member concerns and opinion, and also provider help. Our co-workers all help each other to work effectively. For example, I got help for FTP program skill which i do not strong skill. I also provide my SQL skill to co-workers.. Team members have opportunity to work on several projects and alos
OUTBOUND SALES (Former Employee) – Millsboro, DE – January 22, 2016
co workers, management, and myself would do games to see who would come in first with (I don't know) 10 loan apps. and whoever did got a small prize. It was always fun and we made quotas all the time. Hardest was reading all federal guidelines to customers. Hearing customers voice change when good news