Corporate position are actually slightly different in the requirements of dress code. However, after working there in a well-paying position, I soon discovered that selecting what you need to wear to work won't be your most difficult problems. Aside from having mission critical systems with lapsed service agreements, their technology is lacking behind even the most of frugal companines. Their policies for dealing with technical problems is an absolute joke, where they hold people who are responsible for supporting these systems at no responsibility to even attempt to be able to be contacted off-hours. This results is many applications being unavailable in the mornings and results in utter chaos during these times.
M&T doesn't hold their people accountable for their job knowledge and promotes many people based on tenure, rather than merit. Flawed phylosophy and a lack or direction by upper management make this an interesting place to work to say the LEAST.
The pay rates are somewhat lower than like positions elsewhere and raises are only pennies on the dollar. Yearly reviews make no sense either. You are judged on a scale of how well you do your job, but subsequent years are based on past performance. So, when you are doing everything you can possibly do in your job, are doing everyone else's jobs as well, making no mistakes and basically being a superworker, you will still NOT receive their highest ranking on the review. It is likened to that of not only doing your job, but every manager's job above you too. Still, you could do more to improve yourself. As a reveiwing manager, they don't give out their highest marks because I was told, we don;t give them out.
My best advice is that if you are desperate for work, work there. Mind your own business, don't get involved with anything other than what is assgined to you. Do your job, collect your paycheck,go home. Most importantly, keep looking for a position outside that company while you work ther