Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Nixa, MO – November 27, 2017
As my title suggests, there's some good things and some bad things. Depends on what you'll settle for or want to do with your career. A lot of inconsistency between branches. Causing confusion with customers and staff.
Contact Center Representative (Former Employee) – Oklahoma – November 15, 2017
The trainer has an attitude and the director uses fear and, intimidation to get her way. at the call it’s about the director not the customer. The supervisors and, leads under the director are great! Training is not through it’s 2 weeks and, they’re things that aren’t covered. Frustration is allowed to shown in this workplace. It’s a lot to learn. People who have held office jobs using a computer may have a better success rate at this job. At times you may going back and, forth between multiple programs
Teller (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – October 17, 2017
I loved the fast-paced nature of the job. Working as at teller, you interact with a lot of different individuals. Making new connections and learning more about people. I enjoyed being able to see my customers walk out with a sense of care and understanding.
FSR/Teller (Former Employee) – Conway, AR – October 10, 2017
this was the best company to work for it was laid back a great group of upper management. anytime they came to the branch they came to my office and always spoke and ask us open question about where you wanted to be with the company. I learned a lot just by working the bank that i did know and will take with with me for the rest of my life about saving money and how to manage your money.
Teller (Current Employee) – Eufaula, OK – October 8, 2017
I perform several duties per day and work with customers on a daily basis it is a face paced company. Hardest part of the job would be to deal with cranky customers. I enjoy working with the customers.
Bilingual Customer Service Agent (Former Employee) – Fort Smith, AR – September 17, 2017
Arvest is one of the few employers I enjoyed waking up for in the morning. Leadership was phenomenal while employed there. I couldn't thank my manager enough for being so understanding. A helping hand was something I always encountered.
Managements, Supervision, Team Leads, Culture, Leadership, Pay