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Anonymous shared this review of BNY Mellon, United States on Nov 16th, 2020
"Generally, the firm is comfortable with women in support roles but sparse representation or opportunities in front office leadership roles."
Anonymous shared this review of BNY Mellon, United States on Mar 6th, 2020
"The culture was improving from women, but it there bro-culture is being allowed to return. In addition, I have seen on multiple occasions the HR department investigating managers who are are mentally harassing their directs, and no action is ever taken to aid those in the situation. It creates an uncomfortable environment and many people do not feel supported by HR, and feel they protect only the senior most people at the organization. Most people are reluctant to report HR issues as there is a fear of relation. As for inclusion, I still have people (not just women) tell me they feel uncomfortable saying they have a dependent that they need to take care of and stating if the have a disability. "
Anonymous shared this review of BNY Mellon, United States on Nov 5th, 2019
"Opportunities exist if you're a hard worker and make an effort to network and stay connected."
Anonymous shared this review of BNY Mellon on Mar 29th, 2019
"This company has a ton of bureaucracy and they don't know how to get out of their own way. The vision from the top of the house rarely comes to fruition because the folks at the bottom aren't empowered to actually accomplish anything. "
Anonymous shared this review of BNY Mellon on Feb 27th, 2018
"Don’t unless you need to work and get benefits. Not well compensated"
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