Branch Manager (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 4, 2018
Extremely stressful, not adquetly staffed, required to be hands on everything due to lack of trust they have for their employees. Worked extremely long days, never compensated. Poorly ran by upper management. They claim they want to know & help you, but rather often times ignore what management shares, and expect you to do whatever is good for their adgena. The hardest part was extreme pressure on sales, taking on a Wells Fargo mentality, but claiming they were not. Endeless back office work, systems out dated, and often did not catch employee mistakes leading to very uncomfortable write-ups. The only enjoyable part of the day was the employees working alongside you.
Member Service Representative (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – January 12, 2018
As a long time member of SDCCU, I was super excited when I got hired by them, but I didn't realize how stressful the sales goals are for their positions. They throw newbies in without much knowledge on the products we are selling and expect you to make your sales goals, which in my opinion was a lot per month to achieve. I loved my coworkers and regular members but management can be a lot and they really stress on the sales goals because that's how they make their bonuses as managers. I wouldn't recommend the job to anyone who is uncomfortable cross selling with a line out the door. The benefits were good, kind of expensive but good. And the holiday bonus was nice too.
Vice President, Branch Manager (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – October 18, 2017
Managed the daily operational needs of the office. Cash handling. staff schedule time card meal time ,providing immediate attention to staff and clients needs . Willing to go OVER AND BEYOND WHAT'S NEEDED to sati It's my responsible to to keep the team happy and well balancedsfy both. Managed staff f 20 or more To comply with security and regulations provided by employer . Control budget, loss to the business, as well as fraud.
Member Service Representative (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – March 15, 2017
Sales goals are set unrealistically. Management only gives support if it means increasing sales. Tactics used border on unethical. Corporate does not offer support at the branch level. Job culture is not there as they're not focused on having happy workers but more sales
Aggressive sales, probation for not meeting goals, no support from management
Financial Services Representative (Former Employee) – Encinitas, CA – January 17, 2017
Heavily political place to work but overall working here was a great experience. I gained a lot of knowledge that leveraged me to apply for a different company and make more money. San Diego County credit union was a great steppingstone
You'll be sorry if you apply here. Not worth the stress
Admin office (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 26, 2016
Stay away from this place at all costs!!! . They overwork their employees and You will be micromanaged! The company waits until employees are crying of exhaustion before hiring additional help. The pay is not worth the stress
Perfect job if you dont want to see your families
They over work you until you are exhausted. Employee morale is llow. No work life balance.
Information Specialist (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – June 29, 2016
Understaffed and overworked. Unless you like extra stress and daily headaches avoid this place like the plague. Unrealistic sales goals and a high turnoff rate. Micromanaged like children and constantly reminded of member waiting. The only positive thing I can say about this place is that everyone is extremely friendly.