Milley 2 months ago
I do not believe the statemenst being made regarding Citi. The first part of the Forum shows only positive comments but when you dig deeper you will find that the rest are no positive. Is this forum designed to post the positive first or what?
I see that Citi is hiring for the same positions in MO over and over again and that means people do stay. All employees cannot be bad so something must be wrong with the Employer.
Milley 2 months ago
I wanted to ask if anyone could help me with a little information. I have been invited to a second round interview with Citigroup Operations program, I wanted to ask you guys if anyone could tell me more about the group exercise part of the interview? What I should expect and what is the best way to go about it? Thanks
prince momodu 2 months ago
I got an email saying I.passed.the online test, then I got an email asking me to schedule an date for a phone interview which I passed, I recently got a call from a recruiter to tell them my work preferences, but does anyone know how long this process is and what other steps are involved before I can actually start??
Industry Manager 11 months ago
Do you work at Citi? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?
Any advice for someone trying to get in?
Kuttapy 12 months ago
Is good credit required to get a job with this company?
Over worked at Citi in Frisco, Texas 23 months ago
I worked for Citigroup at the Dallas, TX Card Issuance site. I tolerated the terrible work enviroment for 5 long years until I had enough. This site does not appreciate or foster good work ethics. They hire anyone off the street. The work enviroment is so bad because they hire bad managers and in return the managers hire bad employees. Most of the employees that work there are sorry to say, "ghetto", and I say that because that's exactly how they act. Constant cussing loud, bad music blaring all over the floor. They have employees drinking and smoking pot in the parking lot during break times. I was the top producing machine operator and my attendance was almost immaculate, but that doesn't matter to them. They were trying to find ways to get me out of that site because I didnt't want to conform to what they see as acceptible. Also, if you want a promotion, don't count on it because management already have their favorite in mind for the job. So, if anyone is wanting or thinking about applying to work here, please think again.
curious in Buffalo, New York 30 months ago
Does Citi verify GPA or request transcripts during the hiring process?
KFBK in Brooklyn, New York 30 months ago
I'm currently a personal banker at Chase, and I really enjoy my job even with all the BS. I made 56k last year after a full year and I really started to get good at the job half way through the year.
I was offered a PB position at Citibank and a starting salary of 50k, I'm currently getting 37k at chase and with commission I'm hoping to hit 60k this year.
The 50k offer from Citi sounds good but many people are telling me their commission is non-existent. Anyone here currently or in the past worked at Citi as a PB? What would you say is the average monthly commission? Would you recommend working for citi?
Any feedback on would greatly be appreciated! Thanks!
EX ASSOCIAtES in Panama City, Florida 56 months ago
just want to know about the jobs
LL1775 in California 59 months ago
Does anyone have any insight on how to get hired at Citi?