Senior Service Analyst (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – September 20, 2018
BNY is a great company to work for, like every company it has it's drawbacks. Like funneling money into unecessary employee trinkets (mugs) instead of re-allocating that money to employee paychecks and networking events. Touts itself as a company leading in technology, by way behind. On the flipside, BNY is really work/life balanced and offers flexible work tours including various WFH positions. If I had to choose I would take the latter...Hence my overall review summary "Good Company"
Managaement at BNYMellon encourages personal growth
Vice-President, Estate Planning Manager (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – September 22, 2018
My manager encouraged me to accept a position for which I did not feel qualified. After a month of coaching I did accept the position. This resulted in personal growth. I was given the responsibility of training branch employees to recognize new business opportunities. This resulted in significant revenue to wealth management. I was also encourage to give seminars to clients. I became an accomplished public speaker. This manager was instrumental in my growth and this enabled me to achieve what I would have thought were unattainable goals.
Temporary Clerk (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – September 22, 2018
i dont have anything bad to say the manager and staff at the boston location were fantastic. I helped with an on going project that required putting in manual data into programs that verified the legitimacy of corporations that were taking donations as a charity.
Pershing Advisor Solutions (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – September 20, 2018
NO job advancement and a clicky culture. Keep your head down and work or you will be pushed out by management. Management doesn't have real management experience. Florida is where all the advancement is.
Senior Specialist (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – September 19, 2018
The days off and vacation is a huge plus for family purposes. Management is inconsistent through out different units of the organization. Compensation could be better for staff, especially for individuals that are loyal to the company.
Senior Control Spec IV (Current Employee) – Westborough, MA – September 18, 2018
On a typical day we are very busy reconciling the many clients that we service. At times there is more work to be done than there are people to complete it. This is due to some clients being out sourced to our India sub-contractor which then requires a restructuring of employees in the state. To later take one of the client back due to additional business being acquired that is not able to be supported properly by our India counter parts prior to the new restructuring of the on shore employees.
Overtime when it is extremely busy is offered.
At times having to work through lunch to get everything done.
Settlement Operations Administrator (Former Employee) – East Syracuse, NY – September 18, 2018
I enjoyed working at BNY Mellon for ten years. BNY Mellon is a very good company to work for because they award their employees for their hard work, and the employees work together as a team to accomplish success in the company.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Somerset, NJ – September 14, 2018
work ethic needs to improve . and overall it is not a place anyone wants to work at, this includes the management or other employees, i mean that it looks like that they hate their job and are forces to work there as they do not have any other option
Consultant (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – September 13, 2018
My manager collected information on others to blackmail-which is how this person stayed in power. It was a ruthless organization that often recruited part-time workers and threatened to outsource full time work to India. BNYM's motto was "Do More Or Bangalore!" Of course "doing more" never included higher pay. They did me a favor when they didn't renew my contract.
Was a great place to work for, but management has changed
Principal (Current Employee) – New York, NY – September 12, 2018
With the latest changes in management, it's not about what you know, and it's not about all for one, and one for all, it's about where you can place the job at the least cost to the company. I've had several great managers who instilled in us that it's not about one person but the team effort to accomplish the goals. Long days were not an issue, but times have changed. The staff I worked with locally were terrific and always supportive of each other. Many of them have left the company, retired or been let go.
Many staff have stayed long-term and have institutional knowledge.
Longevity of staff sometimes makes change more difficult.
AIS accountant I (Current Employee) – Wilmington, DE – September 12, 2018
Company is profit oriented , constantly adding more responsibilities without increasing salary or promoting. Company do not care for employees, time is somewhat flexible but to a degree of comfort of your manager.