Computer Operator/Help Desk (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – October 25, 2016
At first glance, the place looks like its full of opportunity but then you see that they focus on hiring youngsters who dont value the benefits. They talk them into opting out of the insurance to keep the costs low. These entry-level staff feel great about being part of a fancy organization and don't notice that salaries are low.
Experienced staff that are onboarded will be thrown into the mix with the entry-level and will be excluded from the "team" in fear that they can preformed at a higher efficiency and will earn raises sooner or jump to management. God forbid you don't like rap music.
Supervisors are too busy walking in at 9:30am and taking 3-5pm lunches to notice the "click" environment.
Nice building, covered parking, TV in lunch room, Xbox on site.
Too many entry level staff, weekend work, false team enviroment, and rap music
Call Center Account Representative (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – November 3, 2015
I joined generations federal credit while it was in the process of its brand transition phase, and was excited to be a part of such a positive community influence. Although this was a financial institution, there was a sincere feeling of 'family-first' that was a very important and appreciated aspect of working with gfcu.
Computer Operator (Current Employee) – San Antonio – January 29, 2015
Its a good place to work and everyone is nice. The pay isn't great. The people are very great and management is nice. Everyone is very knowledgable of their job. Management does not micro manage you at all.
P.T.O full benefits,compamy car,credit card and phone
Facility Technician (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 3, 2014
I love working for this place,it was a dream come true when I got hired.My bosses were down to earth,they took the time to train me where I needed it.Most of all we were doing things for the Children and the Homeless and to me that was priceless,and something I will always keep with me
okay place to work, it feels like a stagnant company now
Financial Advocate I (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 27, 2013
I worked here for over 5 years. The first few years were great. After that it just felt like the same old stuff, day after day. It gets boring after working there for that long. The pay was ok, but it certainly could have been higher. The yearly raises are real small. It didn't feel like there was opportunity for advancement. No bonuses. Branch management does what it can, but there's only so much they can do. They are ALL ABOUT referrals now. The pressure is super high in that regard.
co-workers are great, build strong relationships with a lot of members
pay, no advancement, too much pressure put on employees to get referrals
Teller (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – September 21, 2012
A typical day at the branch was hectic. Our branch was always fast paste so you had to be very quick. I learned how to deal with different type of personalities. Members all need something different, and you have to know how to meet all their needs. Management could've been a lot better.