There's definitely pros/cons to this company. Compensation is lower than banks and other CUs in many cases. Loan officers can make great money if they're good at what they do (they get performance based raises regularly not commision) Tellers cannot get commission. It DEFINITELY depends which branch you go to with what your experience will be. If you work at the downtown Metro branch it will be super busy, high turnover, and a lot ghetto/homeless people and fraud, same with many west valley and south salt Lake. Compared to if you work at the Foothill branch or South Jordan branch. I would definitely do my research because some branches suck some are awesome. Honestly, I would go where you want to apply and go to. Teller and ask for change. Then ask them how busy the branch is, if they like it, if they get a lot of weirdos, if it's a lot of sales. You might think, I'm too lazy but seriously some branches are amazing and some suck. First raise is at around 4 mo, usually .30-.80. They start tellers at $10. If you speak Spanish SOMETIMES $10.50. The BEST part about working here is even if you're slow to learn you will NOT be fired if you don't cross sell enough or whatever, like you might at a bank, and if you put in a few months- 1- 2 years you can be a supervisor or in a department. It's not the best pay out there but it's GREAT for if you're in school or want experience in the field.
Pto, Paid holidays, upward mobility, great for school schedules, good for experience in the field
Slightly lower pay than some other companies, no commission, sales