Office Assistant (Former Employee), Fourways, GP – October 22, 2013
Cons: long hours
The various tasks that I performed as office assistant in the back office of the branch kept me very busy every day. Management and the bank in general provided training throughout the year. The hardest part of the job was to deal with unsatisfied customers. Enjoyed the people I worked with
New accounts (Former Employee), Edinburgh, SCT – November 21, 2013
Typical day at work, was customer service waiting on customers and doing their transactions. I learned to do new accounts, and public relations. Management was great, very easy to work for. Co workers were fun to work with. The hardest part of the job was trying to do new accounts and teller work at the same time.I enjoyed the parties we use to have.
PT Teller (Former Employee), Hollidaysburg, PA – November 1, 2013
The company itself is great, and they really focus on their customers, however I feel as if the neglect their employees a bit. The woman that trained me did a wonderful job and was very helpful, but I felt that my manager didn't like me and it made it hard for me to focus on what I was doing. I know I had made a few mistakes, but everyone makes mistakes – more... their first week or so on the job, especially one they've never done before. – less
I would Balanced Vault, Sold and Bought Money as needed for Register, Ordered new money, and pesos. Order supplies and opened up New Checking or Savings Accounts, and Conducted Register Audits. Other duties as assigned or required.
Fast paced environment. Enjoyable work and relaxed atmosphere.
Loan Processor II (Current Employee), Johnstown, PA – October 2, 2013
Job duties start on arrival at workplace. Every employee has specific duties which rotate approximately monthly, but may be flexible when necessary. There are many details to remember when processing or booking a loan as requirements change constantly regarding rates, special rates, and necessary paperwork for each type of loan. It is a great sense – more... of accomplishment when everything balances at the end of the day and loans are put through efficiently and accurately. – less
Pros: paid expenses for company needs, and great incentives for sales!
Cons: the competition often gets uncomfortable and brings negative energy
A typical Day at work consists of general sales, and banking services. Everyday is a new day, and we are ALWAYS learning something new and different. I have learned a lot with this company, and enjoy the diversity in co-workers. The hardest part of my job I would say is being an employee as apposed to a friend. That goes for both my customers and co-workers – more... alike. The most enjoyable part of my employment is being able to see a needed change, and being given the space and opportunity to make the change. Whether that be to better my branch, or myself as an advancing employee. – less
Assistant Manager (Former Employee), Alamogordo, NM – September 17, 2013
I enjoyed working here and moved up the chain quickly, from teller, to assistant teller supervisor, then to the loan dept and ended in bookkeeping. The job was always rewarding and you meet so many new people, there is always something new to learn.
bookkeeping control specialist (Former Employee), Omaha, NE – September 12, 2013
Pros: learned to work independently
Cons: losing my job there
Go to my desk, get on the computer, verify business check, checking for missed signatures and fraud. Call the customer if was a problem with the check.Scan signatures cards for business accounts. I learned to work on my own, Management were average, nice people, doing their jobs. Great bunch of girls I worked with most for 14yrs. The hardest part of – more... the job, was toward the end finding something to do. The most enjoyable part of my job, was getting to know the customers , I would have to call at least once a week – less
Commercial Loans Secretary (Former Employee), Decatur, IL – September 4, 2013
I loved meeting with new people every day and the management was outstanding. I learned a lot about the banking industry, even having taken a class at night to learn more. The hardest part of this job was leaving it.
good starter bank to learn skills and move to different areas of banking
Merchant Services Department Manager (Former Employee), McAllen, TX – September 2, 2013
Pros: traveling to different bank branches and meeting different employees, account management that leads to good people skills.
Working at FNB was a good experience. I managed a group of 5 employees who taught me that every employee has a different personality and challenges. Managing a great group helped our department be profitable and valuable asset to the bank.
Business Analyst (Former Employee), Johannesburg South Africa – August 29, 2013
Pros: good bonus packages
Cons: lots of overtime work
Test analysis and Design - high pressured environment. Forex and financial skills obtained. pre implementation was pressurized; post implementation also pressured. The most enjoyable part of the job was the achievements felt and recognized by management.
System Team Supervisor (Former Employee), Fort Collins, CO – August 21, 2013
Pros: great benefits, trusting management, employees are empowered, fast paced
Cons: not enough time in a day
A typical day at work would start with making weekly assignment of duties; what I have learned is to stick with what you are assigned without procrastination. Management listen to their employee's comments and tried to make the working environment pleasant. Co-workers all got along for the most part, no one left until everyone was done with their assignment. – more... Hardest part of the job was keeping up on the daily incoming items, there was always a "pile" and working the oldest item first had to be monitored to ensure all duties were being completed timely. The most enjoyable part of the job were the people (internal and external) when a customer was completely surprised with the outstanding quality of work that was completed on their behalf or when the "light bulb" went on during training, when the employee totally understood the how and why about the duties they were being trained on, the smile on their face is worth millions. – less