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VP Telecom (Former Employee) – Florida – December 22, 2018
Senior management treated 23 years of loyal service with total disregard . They share in stock options .... millions of shares.then take back options from the workers given as a gift....those people who advanced in the success of the company... so dissapointed....it's all for them. Drop in the bucket for them.
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Westbury, NY – December 18, 2018
Roslyn Savings Bank is a division of NYCB. Working for NYCB in the NY area at Roslyn savings bank, we all felt like one big family. The management and the regionals treated you like a person and cared.
Senior Full Stack Developer (Full) (Current Employee) – Hauppauge, NY – December 18, 2018
They don't care about the quality of the application, no willing to upgrade to use new technologies, in IT department there is no long term plan and goals, it looks like there is no direction for the whole department, i think because the most in management team are not technical person, they don't know the technologies, and not listening the advises...
Business Data Specialist (Former Employee) – Cleveland, OH – December 14, 2018
Management is slow to adapt to market conditions and unable to connect with workers. Personally, I learned nothing on the job. A caveat - I'm an outlier, my position was obsolete almost as soon as I walked in the door.
It's a bank... Banking holidays are annoying to anyone not working for a bank, but if you are the free days off are nice
2VP/Mgr Graphic Design & Collateral Communications (Former Employee) – Westbury, NY – November 27, 2018
My co-workers were the best part of working at NYCB. We were a tight team and created output in Corporate Communications that either directly benefited the employees, i.e the relationships with entertainment and sports venues that provided free tickets; the employee newsletter that was focused on and contributed to employee engagement.
The commitment of the employees
The lack of engagement and shortsightedness of senior management
Get entire staff ready for the day. Complete all morning reports, assist customers with issues and concerns. Assist employees with getting their sales for the day/week. Learned how to handle difficult and stressful situations that may occur through out the day. Being every employees go to for assistance. Making sure our customers leave the bank satisfied and happy. Assure that employees are in compliance, and customers are all treated fairly and given the best customer service. Hardest part of the job has to be how over whelming the day can get when employees call out. The branch is very busy so customers tend to get inpatient. Best part of the job is seeing my customers leave the bank happy and knowing that they can trust us as their personal bankers.
It was great to work at NYCB. Local management team was great, very knowledgeable and professional. Excellent team mates, they made me feel at home. Good health insurance. On a less positive note, the company did not offer 401K match.
Bank Teller (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 22, 2018
NYCB was a great place to get introduced to the world of banking. its a smaller company, the working hours are not to strenuous. they pay could be better. Management was okay when i was there. Tellers process withdrawals and deposit, may have to work the business window but its not to bad just higher quantity of money.
Nycb offered great pay but management was poor and intemdatng . Vacation and sick pay was poor as well as healthcare. There were no room for promotion nor advancement. Alot of time we were threaten with termination
IT HELP DESK TECHNICIAN (Former Employee) – Long Island, NY – July 20, 2018
Great place to work. Only there for a short time because of living situation. While I worked there, the manager was always willing to help and give me advice about improving my skills and advancement. The vibe at this place is relaxed and pleasant. If I moved back to area, I would apply to this place in a heartbeat.