Climate is political and requires a constant watch over shoulder
Vice President Risk Management (Former Employee) – Medford, NY – December 13, 2016
I worked for this credit union 20 years and the last several years were hard to take. I struggled to reach the 20 year point for my pension. The CEO was a micro manager and flaunted his power over other people's jobs. Senior management stayed the same course or were forced out. Pay increases were insulting when they were offered. It was a constant requirement that you watched your back.
Member Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Islandia, NY – September 23, 2013
My typical day would be to assist members with daily financial transactions and open accounts. I would create debit cards and help members change their PIN numbers. Coming from TFCU I didn't seem to learn anything new besides the products and services that SFCU offered. The management was very unorganized and did not appreciate their employees. The co-workers would have to take lunch seperately and were not allowed to have a relationship outside of work. The hardest part of my job was trying to get the correct information from the management team to assist the members. The most enjoyable part of the job was that I was able to teach myself information about SFCU by reading the website and manuals they had.
Working with members and helping them achieve their goals
Positive place to work with great group effort to keep team close
Member Service Representative (Former Employee) – Medford – June 26, 2014
overall a nice place to work, friendly environment. Lots of room to improve and move around the company. SFCU worked hard at keeping its employees happy and connected not only as workers but friends. I was sad to leave when I resigned to take on another position in a different company