Bank Teller (Former Employee), Honolulu, HI – January 26, 2015
Performs a variety of human resource support activities for assigned organizations. Receives, reviews, and processes personnel actions including processing arriving/departing personnel. Actions may include retirement applications and permanent changes of station; requisitions, assignments, deferments, and separations. Initiates or reviews documents for payments including requests for uniform allowances, retroactive pay, and pay adjustments due to promotion or increased longevity or for performance of training. Examines information contained in applications, statements of service, correspondence. Performs advancement and educational support activities and administers training requests.
Great work environment and lots to learn from the job
Planning and Recovery Analyst (Current Employee), Honolulu, HI – November 1, 2014
The company provides endless opportunities. It is a lot to learn, however everyone at work is very supportive and understanding. The people and endless possibilities here are what make this company and job good.
Bank Teller (Former Employee), Waipahu, HI – September 15, 2013
Being a bank teller for this particular financial institution was very rewarding. The bank has a great reputation that allows you as an employer to be working there. I enjoyed working with everyone and learning new things daily.
Assistant Item Processing Supervisor (Former Employee), Honolulu, HI – April 11, 2013
A typical day at work can be characterized as a structured sprint towards quickly approaching, daily deadlines while keeping the utmost care in accuracy. Everyone (in Items Processing) are assigned specialized tasks but are able to fill in for each other. Also, everyone is knowledgable and willing to help. Management is very adaptive and quick to "put out fires".
I loved the challenge, I loved the responsibility of an entire bank's end of day operations in my hands.
In all honesty, although I was released I do wish to return to First Hawaiian Bank.
Business Service Representative (Former Employee), Guam, USA – March 27, 2013
Pros: lots of benefits and free fhb shirts
A typical day of work is marketing calls and meetings. I had a wonderful boss who supports and respects my marketing ideas. He acknowledges my accomplishment and try to groom me. I had wonderful co-workers who treated me like family. It's more of family oriented environment.
First Hawaiian Bank is a very nice and caring place to work. My managers are very helpful and always available to assist.
Account Service Representaive (Current Employee), Honolulu, HI – September 29, 2012
Pros: we do have afford lunches $5 and mini pales at $3.50
Cons: pay raises. economy keeps going up and pay raise stays the same
We do have a Gym in the building with zumba classes, and other classes available to us. My typical day at work is getting thru my audit journals, letters and assisting branches wih some rush orders as requested. We learn somethig new everyday as a new situation occurs. My coworkers are like my second family. The hardest part of my job would be audit deadlines. The most enjoyable part of my job would be making our customer happy and assisting them with a rush request and meeting that deadline.
Part-time Teller (Former Employee), Aiea, Hawaii – September 6, 2012
Pros: healthcare, lunches
Cons: management, pay raise, co-workers
I was working here for about 3 years when I felt that people who work hard get no where. Staff was always short so we always had to work harder. Managers never really cared about staff and yearly raises showed so. I felt like I was being treated by management very unfair and always picked on.
HI-Administrative Assistant III (Former Employee), Honolulu, HI – August 10, 2012
Pros: exercise center and caferteria on site
Cons: pay wage was lower for comparable positions
I was very happy at First Hawaiian Bank for the 10 years that I was employed there. My day consisted of all phases administrative work. While employed there I learned alot about the financial industry from the inside. I only left First Hawaiian Bank for what I thought was a better opportunity in location and upward financial mobility.
Research Clerk (Former Employee), Honolulu, HI – May 7, 2012
Everyone is in it for themselves... only see in making money... they dont care about your personal life and yet we have to respect managements personal life... quick to call on your mistakes... no team work... no praises...