BNY Mellon Employee Reviews
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Corporate Trust within BNY is a very disorganised, chaotic place to work. The relationship with offshore teams with which we work every day is severely strained and makes our daily tasks much harder. Our deadlines would often be missed due to this with no support from management, as they had little understanding of our everyday role. AVOID!!
health insurance (needed!)
stress, low salary, no work life balance, no support from management on issues
I worked there for one week. Because of the pandemic there were a few people but everyone was extremely nice. They don't hesitate to help you if you are struggling with something and they are really cheerful too. It was an honour work for them :)
A lot of politics and pay is very very basic for the skills that you have. You need to leave and come back if you want to pretend you are on any sort of decent wage to get what you need
Bny is a fun place to work but avoid if you want to progress in your career. If not close with mamagement then you will not do well. Pay is minimum and increases are tiny. Work is repetitive with no training provided. Avoid!
Health insurance. Pension plan.
Pay. Progression. Boring work
I enjoy working in BNY mellon due to the work itself being mentally challenging - which I find is great brain stimulation. The management is biased and there is a lot of favouritism involved which is noted across the board. You live to work sums it up pretty well - supervisors and managers do not receive overtime payment and administration do even though the hours which are worked are a lot more than your average 35-40 hours a week! The culture is good and there is a lot of activities which you can take part of which does relieve a lot of stress and helps build a relationship with other colleagues. Benefits such as health insurance are fantastic and highly commendable! An okay place to work, a great starting point to get your foot in the industry. Systems need a serious update!
Health insurance, challenging work, great progression opportunities
Long hours, not a great work/life balance, biased managers.
Pros; City Centre Good for contract employment The people are generally great to work with great individuals and team players Average across the board benefits Cons; Salary is awful Bonuses and adequate wage reviews don't exist Outsourcing much business imminently You are just a number Management don't possess basic leadership abilities Unbelievably bad and Inadequate planning for unforeseen events
I found BNY Mellon a great place to work. The culture was conducive to a great work life balance while still ensuring that the job was done in a timely manner. Management were proactive in ensuring that employees could explore all avenues in terms of career advancement.
Work load is manageable, working hours are good. A lot of events aimed at staff motivation and inclusion which is nice. However I feel senior management only view staff as numbers and not people and decisions are made that affect us with no prior discussion.
• Scanning of documentation including books, newspapers and photographs • Archiving to online software • Producing a record locater for each document archived. • Archiving of scanned documents into boxes, and prepare for archived boxes to be taken off site for storage. • Reviewing scanned documents online, adding identifier tags, editor notes and formatting