AVP, Small Business Consultant (Current Employee) – Germantown, MD – August 9, 2016
I loved the idea of being in control of and accountable for my work day and my production. Meeting and finding solutions for my clients and their business. I hate learning by error, especially when you are signing someone to a 3 year contract. These are people livelihoods and these errors cost money with no retroactive or timely solutions. My best days was knowing that I had truly helped set someone up for success and I had a lot of those, but I've also had one too many unknown errors. At almost 2 years in, that is unacceptable by my own standards.
Supportive team, Great work life balance, unlimited earning potential
Constantly changing compensation/commission in company's favor, Inadequate training, 4 different managers in 2 years
PARTNER SALES SPECIALIST (Current Employee) – Liberty Lake, WA – November 13, 2017
Potential to be a great place to work if management could decide on the direction of the company but there have been too many changes at every level along with constantly changing job responsibilities, job and department titles, compensation structure, benefits, etc. With the recent layoffs and compensation changes it's more work and less money- great for the company, bad for employees.
Great benefits, good people
constantly changing expectations and increasing work load
AVP (Current Employee) – Fort Myers, FL – November 7, 2017
the job has changed within the company, now most of us are make @ 1/2 of what we did in the past. Company keeps adding more responsibility with less pay and it has made a revolving door with employees.
There are health fairs, activities throughout the year.
Client Service Specialist (Former Employee) – Louisville, KY – November 5, 2017
I was a team player. Always helping out. On time. Worked well with others. Worked on a pc. Using excel, different systems like Auth Query and Trans Data for research. Typical day was helping merchants find where deposits might be and rekeying deposits
Business Consultant, Assistant Vice President (Current Employee) – North Port, FL – October 29, 2017
Partner with team of Bank of America financial centers, partners, and referral sources on identifying opportunities to medium and small business clients. Coach teams of financial center sales professionals and referral partners to meet and exceed sales targets.
Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 10, 2017
Top-down management style with little understanding of what is required for day-to-day execution of decisions made Constantly focused on revenue gains for next month, quarter, year, with little concern for investments required for long-term growth. Constant fire drills because of lack of planning by executive team Lots of people in jobs they are not qualified for Faulty structure based on joint venture of two companies with very different cultures
Things started off great a few years back when I first started with BOA. Over the years the comp plans continued to get worse and Bank gained more and more. Our work goals were dramatically increased as our comp plan continued to lower and fail. Meaning the Bank was making more, we were working harder, and things continued to be very unbalanced.