First Niagara Financial
2.3 of 5 41 reviews
www.fnfg.com Buffalo, NY 5000+ Employees

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Very good at first, but as they grew they lost that employee friendlyness.

Anonymous Employee (Former Employee)
Pittsburgh, PA (US)

I worked at First Niagara Financial

ProsThey offer good benefits, vacation, sick time.

ConsVery little advancement in Pittsburgh area.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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So so.

Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

I have been working at First Niagara Financial


Pros: Good people to work with. Lunch is often provided at no… Cons: Difficult to move up or even laterally. Some lazy people have… Advice to Senior Management: Look to some of the youner employees during expansion. Some of the… More

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It was okay.

Teller (Former Employee)
Downingtown, PA (US)

I worked at First Niagara Financial


Pros: Helps you learn about banking. Cons: Customer service is a big part of the job. Advice to Senior Management: Longer hours, open later than 5pm. More

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