Section Manager, High Speed Processing Unit (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – July 18, 2018
The personnel policies made it difficult to motivate employees. Most employees in my area were 15-30 years on the job and at the top of their pay grade range. It was almost assured everyone would get a satisfactory rating regardless of performance and monetary increases were nominal given the salary constraints.
Best Part of the job is adding this to your resume
Help Desk Analyst (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – July 6, 2018
at the ASC, it is a meat grinder. Management was clueless regarding anything about the department in which they managed. The working environment was great, the culture was okay. The hardest part of the job was the unwillingness of others to properly train you.
This job died from technology. The department no longer exists. At one time it was very high volume,demanding work. Many people lost their jobs,crying was quite common. It was also shift work. My shift was graveyard, still too many management types for my taste. Maybe it is me?
Good health and dental plans. Company matched savings plan.
I/T Support Analyst (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 28, 2018
Working at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York was exciting for me. I loved the environment I was working in. We were one big family getting the job done. The time was very flexible. The benefits are great.
Able to move up the ladder
Some lazy employees will give you their work to do.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – June 21, 2018
Good work life balance and easy job. Not a good place for career growth. People do not work together. I a lot of back stabling between departments. I worked there for over 15 years. They have a long history very poor management.
Senior WebFocus Developer - WF (Former Employee) – Kansas City, KS – June 19, 2018
The training and security at the Reserve was very good. The projects were managed by good and knowledgeable project staff. The ability to work from home seven out of 8 weeks provided less distractions than the open room on site.
Work off site, expenses paid when traveling to site.
Security so intense waited long periods of time to be granted access.
Manager Common Services (Current Employee) – New York, NY – June 8, 2018
In the Common Services Area management is aggressive, immature and egotistical. They do not understand how to communicate with or motivate high quality engineers. Regarding artificial intelligence and big date they are only starting and have no vision or understanding of artificial intelligence and big data capabilities.
Payments Processor II (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – May 24, 2018
The Fed offers great benefits whether you are single or married with children. Cross training was mandatory. So everyone knew how to do more than one job. The cafeteria was open for breakfast and lunch with numerous choices. Forgot your wallet? You can swipe your badge and it will just be deducted from you next paycheck. Management made sure you knew your job efficiently before putting more work on you to do list.
Senior Lead Programmer (Former Employee) – Worked primarily remote from home – May 22, 2018
Productive and ideal workplace when I was there. I was primarily contracted and worked full time for the Kansas City Fed. It too was a very productive and ideal workplace and environment to be in. I have nothing but great memories of my experience working for the Fed System.
Fantastic work environment, important work, high-tech opportunities
Lead Engineer (Former Employee) – Boston – May 1, 2018
A great team-first environment. Cutting edge tech, and a commitment to training and career development. Awesome work/life balance, and a diverse and welcoming community of co-workers and managers. A culture of quiet competency.
Good work-at-home arrangment, continuous training and career development, workplace culture