CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSOCIATE II (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – August 28, 2014
Loved working here for the Medical Branch. Just like any company there was some drama within the office place but I always stayed clear of that. As far as upper management goes, you could not ask for more. The company is very transparent to employees, looks out for the best interest of the customer, and puts a high emphasis on employees. When I was – more... working at my branch as a teller they were great about working with my school schedule and the tuition reimbursement they kicked in was nice as well. – less
I love going to my job, the people I work with and for always have something to say or do.
Teller (Current Employee), San Antonio, TX – March 10, 2014
I like going early and dealing with the morning commuters, its fast pace and keeps me on my toes.My bosses have confidence in us doing are job that they stay afar. The hardest part about my job is now known what new thing I will learn. I take a lot form working in a bank that it almost fell fun. In anything you do you must find the good, enjoy it and – more... ride the wave – less
Teller II (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – December 27, 2013
Pros: empowerment of employees, ethical, 401k match, tuition reiumbursement
Cons: down time, repetitive type of work
The branch I worked at was very helpful in allowing me to work to support myself while attending college classes full-time. This is a job that provides you to get as much out of the job as you want to put in. I took the job of teller very seriously and I was allowed to exercise judgment on a regular basis. The company culture is great, and you are almost – more... guaranteed to talk to the CEO on a yearly basis. The biggest downside of the job is the down time you may experience during the non-peak hours, however, I utilized this time to take classes that the company offered online for free; these classes were not necessarily related to the position I held, but gave me an opportunity to learn about other responsibilities in the bank that I found interesting. All around, it was a wonderful experience, and I would highly recommend this employer to anyone looking to begin a career that may not have the most education, as the flexible scheduling and tuition reimbursement program can help you to bettering your education and provide opportunities. – less
Commercial Loan Secretary (Former Employee), San Antonio, TX – December 2, 2013
Pros: hours, structure, management - very family oriented.
Cons: main office location
Really enjoyed working at BNB (main office) very family oriented. Management is very good at recognizing hard work where credit is deserved. Management was very good in updating employees on updates - never caught blindsided - well informed.