Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. Employer Reviews
Job Work/Life Balance
Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.
Job Work/Life Balance
Grat Company to work for
Postal Clerk (Current Employee), Mississauga, ON – May 24, 2014
Pros: is having a job
Cons: is lossing the job for slow production
Set up mono's and daily sheet data for the daily insertion mail Communicate with superiors for any discrepancies on the paper work for the mail insertion Communicate with coworkers in relation to mail that is no matching or balance is when I get last minute mail insertion rum and the courier is already in for pick up mail The most enjoyable part is – more... working with great people in a great company – less
QC Inspector (Former Employee), Edgewood, NY – February 6, 2013
This company is a nice place to work. During the time that i worked in this company i learned a lot about what the client is hoping from the service that is paying for. The Quality for this company is a priority which is great because you learn not only to do well if not to do your best at any opportunity that may have.,The hardest part of this job – more... which i think happen everywhere is to get alone with people who always try to take advantage from you dishonestly. But i believe in a God who has enough power to protect me . – less
Process analyst (Former Employee), Hyderabad – January 31, 2013
Cons: yes long hours
Its an Contract base for fixed term project. We have to update Companies general meeting information in online platform which is enable to custodians, institutional investers to provide online voting services to the share holders.
Happy camper (Current Employee), Edgewood, NY – January 17, 2013
Currently experiencing growing pains. The management is great overall but the company is striving to sreamline functionality and quite often, terrific employees are sacrificed to maintain the bottom line.
Administrative Support (Former Employee), Philadelphia, PA – January 2, 2013
A typical day is recieving stock transfer requests (80-100 requests) through mail and faxes which I categorized and uploaded into our database. I would then use a system to keep track the documents for various purposes under the guidelines of SEC operating procedures. My coworkers were nice and easy to get along with. The hardest part of the job was – more... maintaining order when our computer network broke down or we had other problems with our technology. The most enjoyable part is there was always something to do! – less
Clerk (Former Employee), Deer Park, TX – September 19, 2012
Pros: free lunch
Cons: no overtime
typicall day at work would be picking orders from the racks the bosses wpuld give you a list for you to do daily no one behind your back basiclyy you was responsible for you job . i lear to drive the powerjack ,turret truck, forlift, and man up the managment was fair i had great co-workers everyone mind theres bussiness and did theyre job the hardest – more... part of the job was not getting enougth overtime and the most enjoyble part it was that u was your own boss dint had to worry about no one else not getting the job done very nice place – less
Mangement and coworkers very nice, enjoyed my work
Call Center Representative (Former Employee), Hingham, MA – August 8, 2012
Pros: nice atmosphere
Cons: salary could have been better
I have had many positions but by far these were the nicest people I ever work with. There really wasn't any positions to advance to. I did inbound/outbound call center to obtain the vote for mutual and annuity shareholders for their annual and special shareholder meetings. The work itself was pleasant. The training was excellent and all of management – more... were approachable. – less
Stay away from Wheat Ridge; they're closing the building
QA (Former Employee), Wheat Ridge, CO – July 25, 2012
Pros: one of the fridges has a working ice maker
Cons: they're closing the building and laying everyone off
Run fast run far. The Wheat Ridge building is being closed down over the next year and they're laying off heaps of people in waves. It's a cut throat environment, all lying and back stabbing as the inept managers who have spent their whole careers there doing nothing hang onto their jobs with their fingernails hoping for a decent severance package.
Cases – more... in point--the QA Director who lies and loafs his way thru the day, and the blond bimbo QA "lead" who's dad co-founded the company so she thinks she's entitled.
Meanwhile they are "hiring" for contract to perm positions, not bothering to disclose that no one will be "perm" because they're shutting the building down. Pretty much everyone good bailed a year ago. – less
Senior Account Service Representative (Current Employee), Edgewood, NY – July 24, 2012
first I would establish and move each co-worker to there worktype. I check and make sure that the work is getting done; if work is increased in one area i will make sure that more coworkers are moved to make sure that the work is done.
Great opportunity to successfully climb the business ladder.
Verification administrator (Former Employee), Edgewood, NY – July 18, 2012
A day at work would consists of reviewing jobs to check for errors on the proxy card and ordering material to its specified location. Also to keep work productive we provide movement of any addresses (proxy card) via mail and we send them to its location within the factory.