Pros: incentive on sales, campaign, promotion, bank party
Cons: very strict policies and regulations
I started working at Bank oh Hawaii right after i finished school at Hawaii Pacific University in 2012, and it was a very good opportuinity for me who didnt have very much experience working in the U.S.
I accepted the offer, started with another branch instead of my original branch which was a good to learn and got to know co-workers. In Hawaii, the variety of cultures as well as ethicities makes us understand better and work better with clients.
Working at different branches was helping me have ideas how to help and work with either consumers or businesses, it was good change for a newly employee.
I actually experience new things everyday with either typically clients or with new clients who try to do business with the bank, whenever i needed help, bosses or co-workers, also other departments will support
Bank of Hawaii is a good place to work at. I got chances to go to different training courses when its opened/
The bank is giving all employees opportunities to get promoted or transfer to new position with their performance as well as having party for us to get together twice a year so that we know who we are working with, also build up co-workers relationship.
I came from Viet Nam and fluently in Vietnamese. Thats why im trying to bring Vietnamese businesses to the bank, my executive bosses are letting me use my strength to help my vietnamese community also, because of that, we closed a big commercial loan with one of the vietnamese businesses last year and it will be the target for this year as well.