Working hours were satisfactory. Not a lot of overtime required.
Answered - Fund Accountant (Former Employee) - Kansas City, MO
Working hours was usually from 8-7
Answered - Fund Accountant Sacramento (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA
I worked long hours but enjoyed every minute as I was working to build out a new franchise and product offering within State Street.
Answered - Managing Director (Current Employee) - New York, NY
9-5:30 in non busy season
Answered - Associate II (Current Employee) - Boston, MA
The company is huge on both formal and informal flexible work arrangements. It is probably the biggest benefit offered here versus other companies in the industry. Work is 40 hrs a week.
9-5, with overtime
Answered - AVP (Current Employee) - Boston, MA
A lot of extra hours required
Answered - Investment Manager Services (Former Employee) - Princeton, NJ
Long. Firedrills have become the norm as management and the impact of regulation reform has taken grasp. Many employees just trying to get through the next drill rather than having the time to improve.
Answered - Financial Planning & Analysis - Finance Manager (Former Employee) - Boston, MA
Answered - Regulatory Analyst (Former Employee) - Dublin, ireland
For regular employees normal hours but for officers no set time to gent in or out
Answered - VICE PRESIDENT - CLIENT RELATIONSHIP (Former Employee) - Boston, MA