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Computer Operator II

BNY Mellon Nashville, TN

Client Technology Solutions provides our business partners with client-focused, technology-based solutions. These enhance their ability to be… Beyond.com


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Production Support Spec III - Mainframe - JCL/CICS

BNY Mellon Nashville, TN

Client Technology Solutions provides our business partners with client-focused, technology-based solutions. These enhance their ability to be… Beyond.com


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    Former Employee - Senior Manager  in  Nashville, TN
    Former Employee - Senior Manager in Nashville, TN

    I worked at BNY Mellon full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Tons of opportunities all over the world. Exposure to big business strategies, cutting edge technology, education assistance, good benefits, and international experience.

    BNY Mellon was my school so to speak. I broke into the management game here, learned tons, was given opportunities to challenge mindsets, and introduce new ideas.

    I was lucky enough to find a company that brought me on board with almost virtually no experience. I worked hard, smart, and networked smart. I was able to excel and grow as a professional.

    Cons

    The dollar rules all. There isn't as much investment in staff as I think is appropriate, and the executive management teams are very much old school New York. During my tenure, I saw years where raises and bonuses were frozen. In some of the firm's low cost markets, pay was exceptionally low, it was very difficult for me to hire High Caliber employees at the pay ranges we offered.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Re-Think how much you want to invest in your work force in low cost markets. It was the driving factor in why I left, and I know others have left for similar reasons. Re-Evaluate the return on investments when it comes to your employees. Happy employees will always outperform their unhappy peers.

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