PUBLIC RELATIONS/MARKETING (Former Employee) – Vestavia Hills, AL – September 21, 2017
At the time I worked here, we still had "banker's hours," which ended at 2pm. It was an easy balance with family and work. The employees I worked with were all very team oriented and enthusiastic, making being there a pleasure.
Former Supervisor (Former Employee) – Arab, AL – August 6, 2017
Let me start. They tell you that there are no goals. But oh! Wait! there is what they call PSPM and BMPM. You get written up for not meeting goals. 15k Min for a Banker and 700 points for a manager. yes! they rate you on points or you get a write up. Smells like Wells Fargo. They call it business as usual if you make the minimum. They have this thing called needs based sales conversations, but it is more like need to meet sales conversations. But my favorite part the local HR calls themselves HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGERS, more like HUMAN CATTLE MANAGERS. Put people first is their value, but it is more like put Regions First. Local Management wants YES people, and if you share an idea you are frowned upon. Stay away from this place.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – August 4, 2017
Ensure accurate and timely invoicing per customer requirements. Perform various administrative and basic accounting functions such as research and billing support tasks, accounts receivable and payable, transfer and key logs, run miscellaneous reports, supply maintenance, and process customer billing
Financial Service Specialist (Former Employee) – New Orleans, LA – August 3, 2017
Being a banker is a stressful position to have, you have to be able to multi-task at the drop of a dime, make minimal mistakes, sell enough products to even try to make a decent salary. The stress level is not worth it for the little bit of pay you receive.
If you are salesman then it's the job for you. They are a product pushing company say customers come first but in reality it's all about the sales of the products and harassing customers not only by calling them but in the teller line and drive thru. So take heed when applying for this job it's not for most unless sales driven personality. Also management is very, let's just say not very nice
a HUGE variety of skills learned as well as the abilities to organize & process paperwork.
Retail Banker II (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – July 30, 2017
i was a retail bankers assistant, with a slew of individual work i also was her "calendar". I kept her scheduling at a smooth flowing pace while handling (at times) a switchboard & many other office duties.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – July 29, 2017
Regions is a great place to work with great employees. The hardest part of the job can be based on the numerous initiative the bank is working on and the resource constraints associated with the initiatives.
Regions employees are great and the work life balance is good along with the benefits
Teller - Part-Time (Former Employee) – Arab, AL – July 29, 2017
The Arab location of Regions Bank was unfriendly and unprofessional. However, the Guntersville and both Albertville locations are WONDERFUL. I would recommend those branches to anyone who is seeking employment. But not at the Arab location.
Accountant (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – July 26, 2017
I Love working for Regions. Friendly professional culture. Management is caring and understanding. Great benefits and competitive salary. Long history of "happy" employees. I would recommend to anyone.
Programmer Analyst (Current Employee) – Hoover, AL – July 26, 2017
It's ok. Mgt needs to get a vision for IT. Clueless as to what we should to do to compete. We don't use modern tech. We don't have a plan to get off the old tech. We spend millions of dollars making sure we never change...
Bank Teller (Former Employee) – Aiken, SC – July 26, 2017
- Assisted short staffed branches to maintain daily operations - Financial counselor , opened checking, savings and certificate of deposit accounts - Problem solved inquires and accurate balancing of teller cash drawer