- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I was able to work my way up from a Fund Accountant to and Auditor and then a Manager. I was able to learn even if it was not pat of my job description.
The reason I was able to learn so much is we were always losing employees due to the high demands of the job.
Advice to Management
Reward your employees that are putting in the work. Senior Management needs to listen when employees tell you why the are leaving.
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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at State Street (Westwood, MA (US)) in January 2009.
In August 2005, recent college grad, English major and had a referral from State Street HR rep. First interviewed at Quincy location and did not receive a job offer. Next, interview process lasted one day. Interviewed with HR rep, manager and officer in the unit I was applying to. Called by HR rep a week later and was offered 32K salary with benefits.
There was zero negotiating and no discussion of salary during the interview process. Salary was offered by HR rep's phone call indicating the position was being offered.