Big bank without the big bank benefits
Home Lending Advocate, Sr- Mortgage Direct (Current Employee) – Columbus, OH – December 12, 2017
When I first started at Huntington, they prided themselves on not being the Big Blue Bank, and that they were content being the Bank of the Midwest. That began to change quickly, and before you knew it, they became like the Big Blue Bank, with regulations and micro managing, and quotas, and projections, and reports, and it lost the midwest, hometown bank feel. All of that is fine, because that's the evolution of business, but lost in all these record profits that were posted was the incentive and compensation of the big banks. I feel like they lost their way and are in a position now to lose or fail to retain top talent because of it. Wish them nothing but the best, but there needs to be a re-identification of whats important. Profits or people?
Great environment and intentionality to community