Sedentary workplace. not much advancement and management is average at best.
PROJECT MANAGER - CLIENT PORTFOLIO (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – February 17, 2016
When I started at US Bank I thought I was on a fast track to success in a relaxed working atmosphere with many exciting new experiences waiting to happen. Upon my first few weeks that sales pitch during my interview went down the drain. Office floor is hectic, management does not show appropriate concern for employees. Advancement is virtually non-existent some people have been in the same role for 15+ years.
Location of offices
benefits, work place experience, work life balance, work pay off
Loved working at USB. The people are great and the leaders of the Company are fantastic. Working in Audit can be very stressful at times due to workload, hours, etc but can also be slow at times as well. However, you are well compensated for this stress and they are also great about getting you trained and developed throughout your career, including promoting and paying for certifications.
Great company, great CEO, get 1 free day of vacation to volunteer each year, Compensation
Work/Life Balance can fluctuate significantly at times, depending on your group/department
Mtg Sr Analyst- Dept Audits (Current Employee) – Bloomington, MN – June 25, 2015
many opportunities for learning, I have learned a lot from the experience of the people I work with. Annual entertaining meetings with the CEO where dinner is provided and prizes are awarded. Team spirit feeling camaraderie.
CEO is down to Earth and cares about the employees
ACCOUNTANT I (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – January 12, 2015
The only reason I give my former employer such low score is that having to deal with the management, human resources, recruiters and extremely lax policies that are never enforced. If there was an ethics committee there, they went AWOL. Politics also is alive and well in the departments and divisions where I worked. People for the most part were great to work with but would stab you in the back when had the chance. I loved my job and the variety of work. I did not like the commute especially this past year with all the construction on the roads.
discounts at just about any place for anything people normally buy.
short breaks, long hours, lack of communication, trust, and training
Assistant Vice President (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – August 13, 2014
I am very appreciative for my 5.5 years of experience at U.S. Bank. I had an outstanding manager who is extremely intelligent and personable. Each day brought a new and exciting challenge, allowing me to build on various skills. I thrived under pressure with tight deadlines that required a high attention to detail, creativity, and problem-solving.
strong leadership from management and executives, challenging job with multiple fire drills, required both creativity and analytic thought, great advancement opportunities, wonderful co-workers, friendly work environment
Business Sales Development Officer (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – May 12, 2014
I was responsible for test marketing Treasury Managment Business Sales Development Officer for the Twin Cities branches. I sold Treasury Managment, Deposits, Loans and Operation and trained Branch Managers on TM products. With my success within my territiory they approved to start a new division. Was later transferred to Omaha, Ne to develop another territory.
Typical Day: Call on specific business markets by industry and go out to meet with them to discuss products. Manage my customers accounts on a daily basis. Go out to train other Bankers and Branch Managers.
Managemen/Co Workers: Excellent Management allowing me to train the new team and the team was appreciative of me flying out to work with them.
Hardest Part of my Job Continue to be #1 in slaes and flying out to train other teammates.
Most enjoyable Part of My Job: Recommending solutions to improve a companies operations and finances.