Great place to work, friendly, fair, acknowledge potiential
IT Application Support /Exception Processor/CSR (Former Employee), Westbury new York – July 8, 2014
Pros: on call pay, invested, great people
Cons: better benefits
In the financial world everyday was a busy and productive day. Being with the company for 15 years and 3 different departments, I've learned all aspects of banking. From customer service over the phone, helping customer with their account questions, processing personal loans. In Exception Processing, I worked with different applications to code and – more... maintain customer's accounts. And in It Application Support, troubleshooting over 200 applications, assisting bank employees with PC questions. My co-worker became family. The hardest part of the job is having to leave due to my family relocating. I enjoyed the people and the potential to advance. – less
My first professional job was with this bank. I started at the age of 16 as an intern and moved my way up within the company. I built a lot of friendships at the job. I will say this is one of the best places to work.Nothing but positivity when you walk through the doors.
It was a really great company to work for with flexability.
Remote Sr. Mortgage Loan Underwriter (Former Employee), Scottsdale, AZ – March 12, 2014
The company was great! After completing your 90 days you start working remotely from home. The management was excellent, very approachable and helpful. The culture was very diverse and my co-workers were fun to work with.
Bank Teller (Former Employee), Staten Island, NY – January 25, 2014
Learned a lot the time I was there! I learned great customer service skills and helping the public with all banking transactions. Being a head teller, I also learned leadership skills. My co-workers were friendly, and made great relationships that still continue outside of the bank. Selling banking products was sometimes a hard task seeing the same – more... people come in and out, but with hard work, you get the job done. Overall, great experience! – less
Finical service associate (Former Employee), Corona heights – January 17, 2014
Pros: quick to hire
Cons: no healthcare for employees who work 38 hours or less and they try not to give the hours.
This job doesn't give you great training for there VERY out dated software. No job security long hours and the company doesn't really know there employees the just want you to smile and agree with there backwards rules.
IRA Processor (Current Employee), Westbury, NY – December 18, 2013
Pros: great boss, flexible hours
Cons: not much room for growth
I have worked for this company for 9 years and it has been a great experience. However, the job is no longer challenging and there really is not much room for growth or promotion. It is a office job with light clerical work. I maintain IRA accounts to make sure that we are abiding with the IRS ruling. A typical day at work is contacting the local branches – more... to fix errors and to assist with the IRA questions. The most enjoyable part of the job is to be a great assistant to my co-workers and to make sure our customers are satisfied. – less
TELLER (Former Employee), Elizabeth, NJ – November 9, 2013
Staying focus on all transactions, banking has helped me solve saving solutions. Management great always helpful as well as co workers, hardest part of work is balancing you drawer to the penny, and most enjoyable part has to be surrounded by lots of money.
Financial Service Associate (Former Employee), bayonne nj – November 6, 2013
Pros: 10 years and long time friendships
Cons: no job security and promotions
i was laid off while pregnant and told i had job security after 10 years with the company was passed over for numerous positions i applied for that where given to people i would train so i would not give them the best review.....but i did meet i lot of good people along the way. I still call them really good friends. I learned a lot as I did with every – more... job I had. – less
Financial Services Associate (Current Employee), Queens, NY – October 18, 2013
A typical day would include taking care of customers transactions whether they want to open a new account, make a deposit, amend an account or make withdrawal. I would also assist managers with their end of the day and monthly reports. Assist with training new employees. The hardest part of the job is getting customers to sign up for a new product. – more... I always enjoy interacting with my co-workers and my customers. – less
SENIOR CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee), Chandler, AZ – September 15, 2013
Pros: hours and every holiday off
Cons: constantly slow, nothing to do without the customers present.
I have working in the Banking industry for 9 years if my life. It's not for everyone. I enjoyed the employees and customers but as far as the job, its too slow for me, Im very hyper, Energetic, and more then often need some running around room :) I am extremely hyperactive and love people and talking. As far as sitting behind the teller line waiting – more... for people, absolutely drove me nuts. I need to be busy a good majority of the time. Which some say that isn't always good but I disagree. – less