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30+ days ago

RELATIONSHIP MANAGER

Astoria Financial New York, NY

Grow short and long term revenue for the Company thereby achieving agreed upon asset and liability goals. Actively cross-sell fee-based products to… Glassdoor


20 days ago

SENIOR MANAGER TREASURY MANAGEMENT BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

Astoria Financial Jericho, NY

Execute tasks and implement programs to move forward deliverables associated with the Business Bankings strategic initiatives including deposit… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

SENIOR TREASURY MANAGEMENT OFFICER

Astoria Financial Jericho, NY

joint calling with Relationship Managers and Branch Managers to help build… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

SENIOR SYSTEMS ENGINEER

Astoria Financial Lake Success, NY

Assist the Sr Manager Technology Planning in maintaining the Banks Windows-based system. Design/implement system modifications to… Glassdoor


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    A very confused company.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Retail Banking Office
    Former Employee - Retail Banking Office

    I worked at Astoria Financial full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    One of the better parts of working for Astoria is the compensation package. You get 11 holidays off with pay as well as paid sick, personal and vacation time.

    Cons

    This bank makes too many changes too quickly. There was very little opportunity for career advancement when you hit a certain point at the retail branch level, as the bank doesn't appear to be willing to promote from within into Branch Manager positions, but chooses instead to hire from the outside. They have their focus on pushing the "commericial banking" concept on "savings bank" employees, and if you don't fall in line with the new direction, there is no room for you within the organization any longer. They expect your committment to be 100%, but they show absolutely no loyalty back to their employees.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Consider your front line employees to be of high value to the success of your company. Do not discount their opinions. Listen to them with an open mind, you may find that they can offer some insight to the "out of touch" suits that run the corporate office. Your goals are unrealistic and you have Regional Managers that rule through intimidation. I was once very happy to work for Astoria Federal, but now, I could not be happier that I am separated from this organization.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook