Teller II (Current Employee) – Chagrin Falls, OH – May 25, 2017
One of the first jobs I have ever been on that has limited it's employees from being able to advance. Employees that have been top salesperson in their entire district still are left at the starting rate. Poor advancement for ambitious individuals.
High attrition and turnover rate due to hours and staff being taken advantage of on multiple occasions. Staff are always friendly but not given the respect from high ups, mainly the district managers. If your goals aren't in line with your DM's then you best leave for you will not receive advancement or even the ability to transfer to an office closer to your home.
Personal Banker (Current Employee) – Jefferson, WI – April 2, 2017
Long hours and not enough time to do my job the way I would like to do my job the pay is good if you have enough staff and time to do your job which I'm good at but I have been being a teller more than a personal banker which is what I am
Relationship Banker II (Former Employee) – Cleveland OH – March 29, 2017
As far as the compensation in concerned, Huntington does provide a good compensation package and unfortunately it stop there. Their management is so concerned about Giant Eagle branches and back office support is lacking very heavily.
benefits, management, lack of knowledge from back office support
Teller (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – March 28, 2017
I have learned to help customers with a lot of there banking needs. Management was nice a friendly and helped a lot. The most enjoyable thing was everyone was so nice and helped each other out when needed.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – March 28, 2017
A typical day at work for me consist of being very productive with a sense of urgency and paying great attention to detail.The most enjoyable part of any job is helping customers overcome their concern about products and/or services. What I learned in a workplace can be applied to everyday life for i.e. integrity, professionalism, and mannerism.
Private Banking Service Specialist Sr. (Current Employee) – Toledo, OH – March 27, 2017
Huntington has a great work culture. The open communication with higher management we great. The healthcare options and vacation time were normal. I did like the HSA account Huntington offers along with opportunities to earn money from wellness activities.
I love Huntington as a company, the job I had I would never do it again, customers are very cruel, I got threatened, screamed at and cussed at every single day. I would recommend this company but not this job itself.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Hastings, MI – March 24, 2017
The work environment was great. The people were very kind and professional. However, the employees are under paid. I was hired in at 11.25 per hour and advanced to 12.00 plus commission. But management cut 90% of commission.
Treasury Management Support (Former Employee) – Akron, OH – March 20, 2017
Assisted in support center for Business Online customers during the conversion from First Merit to Huntington in Feb. 2017. Nice support/call center environment. Friendly managers. No complaints. (job was a contract only position while needed).
Co-Manager (Current Employee) – Sterling Heights, MI – March 17, 2017
Working for Huntington bank gave me the opportunity to utilize my sales experience and education to grow with the bank and be an assistant manager. Even though it is a challenging position because you wear different hats - it allows you to be resourceful to the team and the customers. It allows you to be in charge and handle any situation that comes to play.
Workers rave about being part of a company that is doing something that matters in the region.employees respond favorably towards the company’s culture. Huntington shows it cares about employees by providing health and fitness centers on site or through health-club memberships
As a banker your job is 100% sales. I'm encouraged to push customers into whatever products or services that help the branch reach its sales goal. I'm also expected to make 50 calls a day to bank customers to get them into the branch and make some sort of sale.
*This is my experience working at an "IN-STORE" branch, that means my bank is located inside a Giant Eagle supermarket. I have heard that at traditional branches this may or may not be the same deal.
Team-work amongst all of the branches
Horrible work life balance. Management only cares about goal
Personal Banker (Current Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – March 9, 2017
Being a Personal Banker at Huntington is very much like any other bank. You are responsible for generating sales and helping customers.
When I first started, Huntington was very much customer focused. We concentrated on taking care of the customer and their needs and were rewarded with sales revenue and commissions. But, recently, Huntington as developed a much more aggressive, sales before the customer mentality.
Tracking and micro-management is extremely prevalent as well. If activities aren't properly tracked, then disciplinary measures are taken, including termination.
Overall, it's retail banking.
Great employees, best pay for retail bankers in the area
Micro-management, Ever-changing expectations and job responsibilities
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – March 4, 2017
Management could be better with helping employees be more successful. Management could also be more understanding to the needs of employees. Overall great surrounding. Although, cubical desk instead of tables would be nice