FINANCIAL ANALYST (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 21, 2018
The culture is great. Good work/life balance for a bank. Great opportunities for internal movement, but salary increases are capped at 4.5% (8% in extreme situations) which is much too low, so talent is forced to leave. Great company to work for on the back end of your career when money is not the main priority.
great culture, options for internal growth are abundant, movement is promoted
Low pay for the industry, low salary increase caps, a little "old school"
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – March 20, 2018
SunTrust seems focused on growing their employees in Atlanta. They didn't seem to be on board with continuing the growth of their NC employees. Reduced salaries and early retirement packages continued to happen regularly.
Operations Specialist/Analyst (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA 23219 – March 19, 2018
Great company to work hours were flexible and great benefits. filing and handling high profile clients information in keeping up with assignments. working long as hours to complete all incomplete work.
Information Security Analyst (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 18, 2018
I have a great manager. I am leaving to relocate. The workload seems never ending. I am not sure if it is because there is so much to do, there aren't enough competent people, and/or I don't know how to say 'No' very well. I enjoy my teammates.
NETWORK MANAGER (Former Employee) – Gainesville, GA – March 18, 2018
I really enjoyed working at SunTrust Bank. It was an amazing time in my life. I worked there for 14 years and I was allowed to learn everything I wanted to. I learned how to do every job position there was.
Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – March 15, 2018
Please look for a job some where else this place make employee do unethical job....It's more like a call center All day call and call then sale to clients and very pushy. If you cant get sale they will make you feel terrible
Loss Mitigation Document Preparation (Current Employee) – Richmond, VA – March 13, 2018
Very Productive when the volume of work was there. Easy going office environment. The Hardest part of the document preparation position was to ensure all documents went out right to the customer the first time around. Attention to detail is a very big key in this department.
In my years with SunTrust, my career grew tremendously and I was able to work with amazing teammates - many I will call friends for life. While it could be stressful at times, it was a very rewarding career and I was able to gain experience in several lines of business.
great company with great teammate benefits
consolidation of roles may limit opportunities within geographies
Personal Banker/ Licensed (Former Employee) – Palm Harbor, FL – March 11, 2018
I was acquired by SunTrust Bank when it purchased Huntington Banks. I worked for them over 12 years. I had the opportunity to train new employees for other branches and was successful. The most enjoyable part of my job was building my own clients base, whom I built a relationship of trust.
Personal Banker IV (Current Employee) – Florida – March 11, 2018
absolutely no work-life balance. the work schedule can and will change without notice leaving you no time to properly make plans to care for yourself or your family. You have sick time but if you take it, the time away from work is counted against you as an occurrence. The company claims that it isn't a sales driven organization and that the employees' performance is based on "platform clients helped" or PCH. Realistically all members working inside the branch help clients every day. The company uses the term PCH as a facade to cover that fact the sales goals do exist.
Financial Service Representative (Former Employee) – Charleston, SC – March 8, 2018
I enjoyed working as a Financial Services representative and selling need based products to long time clients. The banking industry is based on integrity and trust, both of which I value as a critical characteristic for any productive employee.