Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – September 22, 2018
This review is for the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve in Washington, D.C., not the New York Fed. There are many brilliant people who work at this institution and the mission is the driving force behind the health of our country's economic environment. Advancing into analytical, modeling roles within the organization can be very bureaucratic. I found this to be the most frustrating part of working here.
Operations Analyst (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 15, 2018
The Federal Reserve has a great company culture and they really believe in a healthy work life balance. I enjoyed the work I did and the projects were interesting. Promotions are hard to come by and company tends to hire from outside rather than within.
Check 21 Clerk (Former Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – August 8, 2018
Great job, just very taxing hours (Graveyard) for 3 years. Job consisted of processing paper images of checks from across the country, and shipping them to there respective Federal Reserve at the time.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 3, 2018
I worked for the Federal Reserve Bank for 3 years. Six months as a temp., 6 months as a independent contractor and 2 years as a full time employee of which I made 18k working over 50 hours a week on average with no overtime pay.
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.
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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.