Great place to work with great people. More than just a job
Human Resources Assistant (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – April 11, 2018
Was enjoyable to go into work everyday. Management was always friendly, no matter what department they were in. Everyone wanted to help everyone if necessary. Also included unique things like games, events, and other activities that were a special part of working at BFC.
Don't want to disclose (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – April 10, 2018
There are some good people that work at Bankers that you can learn a lot from. The Bankers brand can be very strong and even stronger if the upper management chooses to not to keep making the same mistakes as in the past. There are some grounded and loyal employees there, management needs to see and reflect towards the people they employ. To be an employer of choice, you have to be the management of choice and have a strong vote of confidence in backing those you employ.
Good employees, loyal employees, great products, can have strong brand.
Upper management not as loyal to the people they employ, not as confident.
Payroll Specialist (Current Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – December 15, 2017
I had a horrible experience working for this company. I wouldn't recommend working in the Payroll Department. The other departments might be okay though. I was trained very poorly when I got hired and management seems to keep the person who trained me still employed.
Senior Developer (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – September 6, 2017
Banker's Financial Corporation has multiple lines of business that help stabilize the company in a volatile financial market. The work (at least in IT) is very fast paced with multiple simultaneous initiatives most of the time.
I mainly worked from home and the road. This was a new position and I don't think they were ready. I couldn't get any marketing materials or swag because they were thinking of changing the logo and name which it made difficult to sell because I was selling one name and they were going to change it in a few months.
Programmer Analyst (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – February 28, 2017
My days were spent fixing data issues from a piece of unfinished software.
Management would not do anything to fix the software. Apparently they felt like having a full-time data fixer was a good thing.
A new manager that was MIA when you needed him the most was the reason I left. The same manager was intimidated by the best developer on our team so he kept making life miserable for him so he would leave. Even people not on our team saw what a bad fit he was for the company.
The hardest part of the job was trying to stay positive knowing that the piece of software coughing up the bad data would not be fixed or replaced.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the co-workers and being able to learn C#.
Individual contributor (Former Employee) – st pete – July 16, 2015
The CEO is a radiologist who lives in NC and was handed the position as he is married to the owners daughter. The new Chief HR Officer is a 29 year old lawyer with no HR credentials. My supervisor was an analyst at another company brought in as a Director and turned VP not long after.
This company starts from the top with inappropriate job titles and it trickles down.
When almost every leader in this company is not an appropriate or adequate fit it causes chaos, mismanagement, and animosity. I cannot understand how this company is in business or has any positive outlook.
I drew the line at blantant nepotism and bullying. If you are applying here, really think about your self worth first.
Jeans, people walk out daily so moving up is easy, great friendships
Micromanagement, bullying, hostile work environment, low pay, no work/life balance