Mortgage Loan Processor (Current Employee), Richmond, VA – March 4, 2014
Pros: incentive bonus'
Cons: many layoffs in our company recently
My days at productive by staying busy all day everyday. I've learned to keep the customer involved every step of the loan process where I have not kept the customer in the loop in the past mortgage banking position.
Teller 2 (Current Employee), Baltimore, MD – February 25, 2014
A typical day is a very busy one, filled with many customers and following compliance and regulations. I've learned many things working here thus far, however paying attention to detail would have to be the most rewarding. Banking is a field that has to be taken seriously, as you are dealing with individuals finances, therefore attention to detail is – more... imperative. Management at this establishment was Helpful and friendly yet stern and able to get the job done no matter what. To me that's a great example of a manager. The hardest part of this job would have to be, the unfortunate moments a customer is rude and angry, and the most enjoyable part is actually making those customers happy again. – less
Team Manager (Current Employee), Nashville, TN – February 23, 2014
Pros: good benefit package
Cons: poor communication and doesn't develop
If you're an external hire coming into management then you are good to go with moving up in the company and being compensated fairly. If you're coming in as entry level then get your experience and move on to another company as HR will find ways to justify not paying you mid point.
In-Store Financial Services Representative III (Current Employee), Decatur, GA – February 20, 2014
Pros: working in a fast pace in-store enviroment
Cons: short breaks
• Develop and expand new client relationships through proactive outreach To shoppers and clients utilizing the total space of the retail store. • Utilizing resources to conduct consultative conversations and provide Financial solutions that meet clients needs across all product and service Lines.