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What is the work environment and culture like at U.S. Bank?

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Branch level employment is very tough with no advancement opportunities. Unrealistic sales goals and pressure that turns away customers. Also very intrusive info needed. Never enough help...long wait times.

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I currently work here and the environment can feel very hostile at times. Not enough staff to run branch effectively and pay is not competitive compared to other banks.

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Very high pressure, both for sales and customer service goals. Very unrealistic goals. Everyone pretended to like working together. Upper management is scary.

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I see "Diverse" in several posts, must NOT have worked in the same business line. Diversity is severely lacking; intimidation and scare tactis are prevelant within "management". Banks own accountability is shaky as no one seems to have an actual answer for procedures.

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Horrible. Work environment is tense and hostile and you are constantly scared to voice concerns, praises, etc. in fear that the management will turn on you. Where I worked there was not much culture.

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Very positive we all supported each other.

Answered - Loan Processor (Former Employee) - Madison, WI

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My experience working at US Bank was extremely positive. I learned so much and loved being a part of a team and supporting the SVP of Finance.

Answered - Executive Assistant to SVP of Finance (Former Employee) - Irvine, CA

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Diverse work area

Answered - Final Mortgage Documentation Specialist (Current Employee) - West Allis, WI

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The people are friendly but the sales culture is so strong that customers have stopped being PEOPLE and have turned into sales opportunities.

Answered - Colorado - Senior Banker II / Asst. Branch Manager (Former Employee) - Greeley, CO

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Diverse, open, and free.

Answered - SSM & Senior Banker (Current Employee) - Shawnee, KS

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