More efficiency, order, and vision for the future in workstyle is heavily needed
Senior Tax Associate-State Tax Department (Former Employee) – Livingston, NJ – February 6, 2019
A company with a very routine-based mentality with a lot of emphasis on how things have been done historically instead of thinking outside the box in order to get things done more efficiently and with better trackability for subsequent years. Learning and training is encouraged and even mandatory which is a plus, and benefits work-skill application. Management needs to be more aware of work-load and deadlines for employees. Most of the workload would be lessened from year to year if management allowed for process-improvements during the year, particularly through the use, enhancement, training, and importance placed on automated technology. The hardest part of the job, in my opinion, stems from the workplace culture itself. Too much secrecy and favoritism which leads to mistrust and working in fear. There should be more emphasis on developing and encouraging employees. Some of the more enjoyable aspects of working at CIT are the end of year party which CIT throws for employees where the effort for rewarding employees of the company as a whole is very evident. CIT also encourages employees to participate in many volunteer programs and in giving of charities to those who really need it and everyone gets an opportunity to give.
I do believe that at this point many things have changed since I last worked there, but again, this review is based on my own experience at the time I worked there.
Good training on SME Topics, great opportunities for volunteer work and charity, great end of year holiday party
Heavy Office Politics, need for technological automation in some departments, more efficiency in work-style