I worked at Bank of China - New York full-time (More than a year)
Nice and friendly colleagues. They provide $255 a month for MTA or other public transportation. Benefits are okay but not phenomenal. They don't have the TAP (Tuition Assistance Program) like other banks within NY. You can cash any unused sick/vacation days/personal days at the end of the year if they are unused(unless you leave before then then you it will be paid out on a prorated basis).
You don't really learn that much here. Work is too easy/light/not challenging. Most of the tasks is handed to more senior people from china leaving new hires moping around all day with nothing to do. They hire too many chinese and not enough diversity here. Most of the people hired aren't native speakers which causes a language barrier. The pay is severely underpaid for the many roles here. It is too hierarchical here too.
You have to wait 6 months for the following: PAID vacation days, 401k contribution, personal days, dental, vision and a few others. This is unacceptable. You are basically hired as a "temp" with zero benefits until at least 4 months into the job and thats when you get your sick days and medical benefits.
Advice to Management
The whole company culture has to be revamped and restructured.
I applied online. I interviewed at Bank of China - New York in February 2017.
Before the on site interview, you got a telephone interview. The telephone interview was about 10 minutes. Mostly about your background, your interests in the Bank. Then you go to New York for a scheduled interview on the next Monday. It was a two parts interview: first meet the HR, then with the Director
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