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4 days ago

Sr. Programmer Analyst - HT

Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. Edgewood, NY

• Develop responsive web applications for mobile devices • Develop solutions using C#.Net, XML, HTML, CSS, AJAX, JavaScript/JQuery with SQL Server… Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.

8 days ago

Sr. Programmer Analyst

Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. Jersey City, NJ

Executes Critical Operational Tasks and Business Conversions from a Technical Support perspective. · Assists Help Desk in meeting the client needs… Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.

5 days ago

Technical Consultant

Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. Deer Park, NY

Work closely with the application development and design teams to build middleware services. Respond to monitor alerts quickly identify trouble… Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.

30+ days ago

Sr. Business Systems Analyst

Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. Edgewood, NY

• *Utilize exceptional knowledge of Oracle E-Business Suite to deliver solutions that will improve our key billing business processes • *Work with… Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.

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    Use to be a great place to work, not anymore

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    Current Employee - Programmer Analyst in Jersey City, NJ
    Current Employee - Programmer Analyst in Jersey City, NJ

    I have been working at Broadridge full-time (more than 8 years)


    work from home, people are nice to work with


    use to be a great company to work for. over the last couple of years, not so much anymore. there is no work life balance, expect to be on call 24/7. no recognition for low level employees, management is just interested in themselves and their careers. promotions are hard to come by. stop sending jobs to india. pretty soon there won't be any more jobs in the US

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    pay attention to your employees, not yourself. stop sending jobs overseas, the talent there is horrible.

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