REASEARCH AND ADJUSTMENT SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Newark, DE – March 15, 2018
Bank of America is a not a bad place to work if you don't mind working in a call center environment and company with ongoing changes. they offer many of training classes. it is very competitive since you are scored and monitored on everything you do
Bank Officer\Analyst - DMAC Boston (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – March 15, 2018
From my perceptive, the 10 years I was there were all good. What I liked most was the freedom they gave me to do my job. Management and staff were all helpful. They take community service very seriously there. Good place to work
Vice President, Process Design Consultant (Former Employee) – Simi Valley, CA – March 14, 2018
I learned a lot in my years at BofA. Although there are some negatives, I had a mostly positive experience there. I met some great colleagues and life long friends as well as learned how to operate in a corporate environment.
Fast pass environment with a lot of job opportunities
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Dublin, CA – March 14, 2018
High stress environment but if you find the right team and right job it can be fun. The branch staff is underpaid and many times under appreciated, but other departments within the company offer much better working conditions and are nice to work for. Lots of job opportunities within the company.
Teller (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 14, 2018
this is a very fast paced job, you have to know how to type fairly quick and you HAVE to know how to handle money. You also have to know how to pay close attention to things. If you can do that you should apply for the job! It's definitely worth it!
Contractor (Former Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – March 14, 2018
The place was a decent work environment, there was always work to be done but I never felt like it was an overwhelming amount. I personally found that the bureaucracy of the teams that I worked with tended to produce a culture of trying to deny responsibility in order to avoid or redirect blame for problems instead of cultivating a cohesive culture that would pull together to solve them.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – March 13, 2018
I would not recommend anyone working for Bank of America. It was a low paid job with very stressful environment. Management never cared for the employees and pushed people way too hard beyond their capacity.
Easy to succeed if you're good at customer service
Teller (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 13, 2018
I have been a teller for two years now and the job is quite easy. The most difficult part is having to deal with crazy customers but management does a great job at stepping in to handle the situation. The company transfers a lot between markets so that is a downside, but there is room and potential to grow in each role.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 13, 2018
today's view is not about offering Customer Service, but on to the next call. Big business has gotten away from handling a client with care, but with a sense of urgency! Get your client on the phone and off, that all business THE NUMBER GAME!
Financial Center Operations Manager (Current Employee) – South Florida, FL – March 13, 2018
Love working at Bank of America. There is really a pace that the bank has gone to in the past few years that has taken a toll on a lot of employees. I think its just the local management that has put the pressure I don't think this type of management come from corporate.
Great learning experience, I did telephone banking for 2 years and was trained and certified as a home loan specialist. I held that position for another 2 years until the center closed it was a great place to work , if I had the opportunity to work there again I would