Client Service Associate (Current Employee), New York, NY – May 20, 2014
Many people have been here for years, with great years of experience. There is difficultly of advancement considering the low turnover on managers. The Work/Life Balance is pretty good considering many managers/execs have families themselves and understanding the importance of such. I always did feel that great (young) talent was hard to retain due – more... to salary/career advancement issues. – less
I gained a lot of experience and skills, including client service and management
Section Manager (Former Employee), Pittsburgh, PA – May 8, 2014
A typical day required managing a group of client-facing employees that processed retirement plan distributions; it was fast-paced with multiple daily deadlines. I learned a great deal in 401K and Pension trust disbursements, including 1099 and W2 reporting, as well as operational processes and procedures, including implemenation of an electronic workflow – more... application. Additionally, I learned extensively about management, including employee training/coaching, development, and evaluating employee performance. I learned how to manage client service and new client conversions, as well as creating processes that mitigated risk of operational errors. My co-workers and I had long tenures in the department and we had close connections The hardest part of the job was balancing varied responsibilities that come with management in a client-facing operations department. The most enjoyable part of the job was coaching and servicing co-workers and clients. – less
Senior Mutual Fund Accountant (Current Employee), Brooklyn, NY – May 7, 2014
The mutual fund dept. I am in has very good work/life balance. Management and also my co-workers are all about team work. No one here micro manages. We all know what our responsibilities are and work hard to ensure everything is completed on a accurate and timely basis.
Operations Executive (Current Employee), Pune, Maharashtra – May 6, 2014
Pros: food coupon, travel facility
Busy as soon as I get to work. As it was my first job learnt to be professional in what I do. Management was always helpful in solving my problems and always offered support. Learnt key skills from my co-workers who make the workplace a happy place to work. Fridays were the most enjoyable days at work as we used to have fum games and other fun activities – more... to help build our team bonding. – less
The place lacked any sort of unity amongst the employees
Derivatives Operations Specialist (Current Employee), 500 Grant Street Pittsburgh PA – May 5, 2014
Pros: set schedule
BNY Mellon was lacking a good management team. Many of the employees were very careless about the quality of work they put forth. The pay was at a minimum for this field of work and we lacked any chance of bonus or raises in this certain position. Overall i was very displeased with the employment here.