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401K plan, dental, vision, medical

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However, FIRST CITIZENS BANK was an overly conservative organization that intentionally waited to start their onboarding processes for employees that transitioned from Guaranty Bank to FCB because they needed people to answer all of their incoming calls due to their acquisition of Guaranty Bank and the extremely high call volumes. Thus, they intentionally waited to onboard everyone so that they had enough bodies to cover all the calls at the call center, because they knew that they would lose a lot of people during that process. Then once the calls started to slow down, they ran their background checks and searched for reasons to let people go. i.e. -- I was getting paid too much and my felony has nothing related to the job at hand, but they used that as an and excuse and let me and many others go. If it was such an issue then why was it ok for me to work for Guaranty Bank in the first place? Not to mention, they were very rude in the way that they let me go, showing no empathy whatsoever.

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Bi-weekly The company is not easy to work for.

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There is nothing I would change. They management was a good team.

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Every 2 weeks

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When I worked there they were good.

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150.00 if goals were exceed.

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It takes about 3 days for the phone screen to be sent to the hiring manager after it is submitted from the candidate. From there, there is 2 sometimes 3 interviews depending on the position. Upon being hired there is an in depth 3 week paid training program.

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