Officer (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – September 9, 2017
The management reflects small bank mentality. The majority of management are not qualified to manage the size or complexity of a large bank. They discourage new ideas in order to protect their jobs and major internal problems are hidden and not reported to protect the status quo. The worst work experience ever.
Manager (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – August 30, 2017
Very relaxed work environmnet and friendly people make the days enjoyable; however, management is infamous for paying below market so don't expect the "fast track" to riches here...more of a quality of life company.
Nice bank but growing too quickly for theor infastrcture
Human Resource Information Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – August 8, 2017
Nice bank but growing too quickly for theor infastrcture . Do not think it is being managed properly and expect a big decline in the future. I hope ghis isnt the case but that is where it appeara to be heades.
Great group of people when I was there early 2000's
Item Processing and Project Specialist (Former Employee) – Ozark, AR – August 1, 2017
This was a very progressive and fun place to work when I was there from 2000 to 2006. Management was open-minded to new ideas, welcomed and encouraged anyone who wanted to excel, and continuously fought for higher pay wages.
Super friendly and eager to balance life situations
Item Processor (Former Employee) – Ozark, AR – July 25, 2017
management is a complete and total joke. They play favorites and have no idea how to treat good employees they will work you like a dog just to keep you doing all their work HORRIBLE place to work for!!
Teller (Current Employee) – Clarksville, AR 72830 – July 2, 2017
Loved the people I worked with daily. Great and fast service. Teamwork and safety was a big thing. Manager was very sweet but not to understanding. The job was not hard at all just a lot of teamwork needed.
Senior Vice President, Commercial Lender (Former Employee) – Rogers, AR – July 2, 2017
These people could not care less about their customers or employees. They want you to squeeze the customer for every dime you can get, until they leave the bank, then go find 10 more. You can never do enough for them. They threaten you with your job constantly. They give you a 2% raise at the end of the year and tell you that you are lucky to have a job. A month later, the Arkansas Business Journal comes out and shows the executive team all gets double digit or higher raises, and bonuses that are twice what our base salaries are. They are not the producers, work their people to death, do not compensate them adequately, then tell their people that they are lucky to work there.
Work/Life balance, constantly threatened with your job, can never do enough for them.
Client Services Representative/Teller (Former Employee) – Plano, TX – June 1, 2017
Understanding and cooperative team of people working together in a very friendly environment. Loved working there but the pay was really small. Had to quit as I could not even effort my children's school.
Teller (Former Employee) – Clinton, AR – May 26, 2017
Good job experience, but stressful. Management was very critical often reducing me to tears. This caused a huge turnover. I learned a lot about banking that I never knew before that I have carried with me in the years since.
Credit Analyst (Current Employee) – Benton, AR – April 4, 2017
Decision and underwrite leasing EFA agreements. I have learned a lot about leasing, and underwriting commercial loans. Management has been very effective in communicating their purpose for me in this position. The workplace culture is open and very work oriented. The hardest part of my job is having to decline deals and disappointing customers. The most enjoyable part of my job is the people that I work with, and upper management.
Teller (Former Employee) – Clarksville, AR – March 3, 2017
The location was in a small town, so you really got to know the customers. Balance my drawer when I got in, and then help customers with their transactions. Management was not always there, but available when needed.
A great position to start off in both finance and commercial real estate, as they lend across all asset classes/geographies, and are very credit conscious. Tempers can run high around closing and quarter end, but being around smart people more than makes up for it. Also nice to be part of a company that is experiencing rapid but healthy growth.