Mortgage Servicing Specialist (Former Employee) – West Seneca, NY – October 24, 2016
Not a bad place to work.but just like every place no one want to pay employees enough money 12 and 13 dollars hr is no where enough money to live off of and the CEO get billions take a little more pride in your employees pay the a decent wage there will be a lot less turnover and more dedicated employee because they will feel appreciate
Great place to work and company really cared for employees
Vault Supervisor (Former Employee) – West Palm Beach, FL – October 23, 2016
Great place to work! Yearly raises and great benefits. Management always The management always is encourages performance with constant feedback. I would recommend this company to anyone in the banking business.
Recruiting Coordinator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 22, 2016
I was fortunate enough to work with such a great team who was so willing to help me out with anything. The team was so supportive and it was great environment to work in. I was also able to have a flexible schedule which allowed me to be able to work at my own pace and get things done in a timely manner.
Bankruptcy Specialist (Former Employee) – Simi Valley, CA – October 21, 2016
There were opportunities to transfer to other departments when I was working for the Bank so you didn't feel stuck in a job. some managers were not trained to deal with all cituations/conflicts. Loved my coworkers and we all worked well with each other. No job security with a lot of departments moving to other states. Never knew if you were going to get laid off.
A well organised and cooperative company with good team work and management with good HR policies and room given to employees to express themselves and new technologies and features introduced. Employees given time to study and implement these technologies to Production environment.
Assistant VP of application group (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – October 20, 2016
involved in different team in bank of America DevOps, Sustainment project, ETASC instrumentation, we support 1400+ internal bank of America's application during the production support in various faces.
Teller (Former Employee) – Scotts Valley, CA – October 20, 2016
As a teller, I was on the front line in the banking center. I was usually the first line of communication customers and clients had when they first entered the facility. Some job responsibilities included helping customers with deposits and withdrawals, helping customers pay mortgages, HELOCs, credit cards, and car loans, and directing clients towards products that would be beneficial to them from a financial standpoint. As a teller, there are many internal responsibilities as well, i.e. pulling cash from ATM machines, helping manager balance bank vault, balancing teller cash can, and helping with internal compliance. Management specific to my branch was amazing; open door, positive attitude, always helpful, and pushed me to be a better associate. Hardest part of the job was dealing with volatile clients that were difficult to please. That was also the most enjoyable part too; helping to resolve issues and ensure that clients who came in upset left the branch happy with the solution we came to.
supportive work environment
High pressure, low compensation, no incentive for tellers
Teller (Former Employee) – Bradenton, FL – October 20, 2016
I hated how they forced us to push sales on customers. The customers hated when we would offer services they didn't want but if we didn't meet quota we would be sent to an in-service. Eventually had to quit because they didn't want to work with me going to college. Big red flag!