I have been working at Brown Brothers Harriman full-time
Once you're hired its a very dependable job. They do an excellent job with giving opportunities to network throughout the company and get involved.
They use a lot of temps and so there are a lot of people that come and go. As a temp, the silver lining is this allows you to try out a couple departments. I would say this probably affects employee morale though as you have to keep training new people and it takes away from your own job.
Advice to Management
Have more of a mentality of promoting employee growth
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Brown Brothers Harriman (Boston, MA).
They'll ask you a lot of behavioral questions and be sure to be able to backup what you wrote on your resume. They might ask the occasional technical question but will rarely do so. They just want to make sure you're a good culture fit. I had a phone screen then a Skype interview with two VPs.
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