Vault Teller (Former Employee) – West Monroe, LA – February 8, 2016
Regions was a wonderful work environment, They seem to really care for their employees. Branch manager is amazing. Really cared about her job. Meeting goals that were set daily was quite discouraging but overall a great place to work.
BSL (Former Employee) – Arkansas – February 5, 2016
My day was mainly taking of customers and running transactions. Poor management, didn't care about anyone but themselves, most managers thought they were a know it all, always negative. You never received recognition for anything. If I had it to do over again, I would not go to work for them. They promoted who they liked and not who is right the job.
loved my customers
Poor management both at branch level and upper mangement. You only get promote if they like you, if you ever get on their bad side you stay there.
Productive in getting documents reviewed and Loan Closed in X amunt of days
Loan Processor (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – February 1, 2016
Enjoy working with others, during the things I enjoy which is communication with the Branches and working together as a Team to get the Job done to have Great Customer service brought to our Customers.
Working with a Great Team
Sometimes not having the support/encouragement from others.
Excellent cuatomer service and 100% communication with employees
BTL - Branch Team Leader (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – January 29, 2016
Manage daily staff, operational duties, including quarterly sales performance, project management, and excellent customer service, work closely with the branch manager, to drive sales results, encourage and coach other to perform at the high level, and take care of the customers as open new checking accounts, savings, credit cards, line of credit, personal loans, mortgages, insurance, annuities, wealth management referrals. In my opinion the hardest part of the job is Not to be busy, because to me the most I enjoy during the work day is give a good sale and customer service performance.
Teller II (Former Employee) – Tampa, FL – January 25, 2016
•Handled large cash flows •Processed payments, deposits, and withdrawals •Issued travelers checks, savings bonds, and all official bank checks •Reconciled general ledger reports The hardest part of this job was the language barrier. The branch was located is an area of town that was heavily populated by Spanish speaking people. As time went on I started learning banking jargon in Spanish and I was able to communicate.The most enjoyable part of this job was interacting with my customers.
Collections Supervisor-Support Admin (Current Employee) – Hoover, AL – January 19, 2016
A typical day at work would include coming in checking the calendar first to see if there were any meetings then checking and responding to email. Then I would hold one on one sessions with my team to let them know where their work stands currently and to update on any new information that is pertinent to their job. I have learned that organization is a must in order not to fall behind in work and also not to miss any important emails. Being in management, I have learned that everyone's personality is not the same and sometimes you have to relay the same information in a different ways. My coworkers were a big part of my job. There was always team effort. The hardest part of the job was the people that tried to make the job difficult for no reason. Just because they may have not liked the policy change or an audit score. The most enjoyable part of the job was learning new things associated to my job.
teller (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 17, 2016
I have been with the company since 2011, work at very productive branch and have had 3 managers and 3 branch service leaders. After the second manager and service leader came in they totally turned the branch upside down for the negative and the manager left within 2 yrs. I have never worked under such stress and down grade before. I have been in the business since 1992 and have never seen such a negative environment. Defiantly not looking out for the fellow employee. Recently received new management and soon a new branch service leader, hoping for a smoother environment for all.
Vacations, fellow employees
Make you clock out and sit in lunch room in case they need you
It's a fine place to work. My frustration was I had to rely on people to refer me leads and these same people were my competition for the funds. If they could get a sale, they would not refer them. If they couldn't get a sale or it was a tiny amount, then I'd get a referral.
Teller First American (Former Employee) – Nashville, Tn. 37221 – January 11, 2016
Preparing my window for the days business. I worked night drop bags every morning. When I was the vault teller it was my job to make sure that all the tellers had the proper funds to work their windows. I learned to become the back up to the head teller as well as active head teller when needed. Also I ran the commercial and vault at the same time. I had wonderful co-workers there. The hardest part of the job was making sure all my daily duties were met as well as the tellers questions were being answered in order for them to be able to serve their customers. Honestly I really don't consider this being hard to do, but a challenge. The most enjoyable part was knowing that at the end of the day all of the customers we had were helped and well taken care of.
Financial Service Specialist I (Current Employee) – New Orleans, LA – January 8, 2016
A typical day at work is usually high pace and very busy. Making sure I am understanding my customer needs and asking valid question to find ways to save my customers time and money. The most enjoyable part of my job is when the customer is happy and feel comfortable about the financial decisions we make together.
Assistant Branch Manager II (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – January 7, 2016
I learned a great deal and was impressed with the culture of the business. I was fortunate to met great people with a lot of knowledge to share, that I could build life long relationships with. I was able to grow in my career! :) Awesome teamwork!