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Another one will bite the dust (Synovus - NBSC is only part of it)
Commercial Risk Manager (Current Employee), Columbia, SCApril 25, 2014
Pros: flexibility at the division level (nbsc, in my case)
Cons: don't recognize real talent and experience
Good, well-meaning people overall; probably not the 'sharpest tools in the shed' at the top of the house but the company is in a no-mans land size and niche-wise. Only a matter of time until it gets bought or merged
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NBSC is alright to get your foot in the door in banking!
Head Teller (Current Employee), North, SCApril 21, 2014
Pros: good benefits
Cons: pay was not good at all couldnt afford 401k plan
Worked there a little over 2 years management wants two much out of employees that have no personality. If you want a sales driven atmosphere you need sales driven people.. I had no life worked 40-50 hours per week. I babysat tellers cause branch manager didnt want to put her foot down, If you have been a manager for 5 yrs and have had 5 head teller....HHHMMMMM – more... who's the problem. YOU ARE..... – less

18oih8kvr5n8gel9 – May 22, 2014

and now there are more openings!!! cause there all leaving hmmmmm wonder why

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Enjoyable place to work
Bank Teller II (Former Employee), Sumter, SCMarch 19, 2014
Pros: nice hrs. and paid holidays off
Cons: being stressed from being short handed on workers
Nice place to work enjoyed my co-workers and my daily customers I became to know some of them on a personal bases. I learned how important it was to treat people with respect and to try my best to see them smile. The most enjoyable part of my job was meeting new people.
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Excellent company to work for
Executive Assistant to Managed Assets Division (Current Employee), Columbia, SCApril 18, 2013
Pros: excellent benefits
Cons: loss of family atmosphere upon acquisition
This was a wonderful company to work for until our Holding Company took over. Then it had the pains of acquisition. Lots of new ways, little training. Pretty much had to self-teach all new systems and procedures.
Co-workers were "family"
Hardest part was trying to learn new systems with no back-up training
Most enjoyable part was learning new systems – more... and the people I worked with – less
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Ok Place
Data Entry Specialist Level (Former Employee), Sumter, SCMarch 27, 2013
Ok place to work. However, if you want long term employment, don't go here. They are downsizing, not upsizing.
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Interesting Place
Data Entry Specialist Level (Former Employee), Sumter, SCMarch 27, 2013
Interesting place to work, if you don't want to stay there long.
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Great bank to work for and you felt like a valuable employee.
Client Services Representative (Former Employee), Wantage, NJNovember 3, 2012
Pros: great local bank and close to home.
Cons: again would work more then 40 hours and only get paid 40 - as i was salary.
I loved working for NBSC. I was able to move up with the company and worked with some great people. However in July of 2001 they were accuired by Lakeland Bank.
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I really enjoyed my time at NBSC. They were a good company to work for.
Purchasing Manager (Former Employee), Sumter, SCMay 30, 2012
Came in checked orders, supported branches with purchasing needs to operate with. Assisted all 43 branches over the state with phone issues, orders, changes they needed to make, worked the receptionist desk at times, greeted guests, directed visitors for meetings, etc...

Learned how the branches operate and what it takes to met their needs.

Management – more... was good to work with for the most part.

Enjoyed the people I worked with.

Always enjoyed helping people. – less