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What would you suggest U.S. Bank management do to prevent people from leaving?

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Terrible place to work; all kinds of nonsense. They are very uptight. They have all kinds of security on staff not a bad thing but very stressful there.

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Management should be more supportive of employees and create a friendly team atmosphere among the workers. and not a division. The open door policy should exists and no one should be retailed against. Management should not be sharing other employees personal business with other employees in the work area.This is a institution that treats employees like they have a mental disability. If you report unfairness department managers and team leads will find ways to make the working conditions bad and then they will try to make it as though everything is your fault. If anyone wants to work at this place the coworkers are very friendly but management will treat you like horrible.

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Management shouldn't have favorites

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Quit acting like People (Employees) should be perfect

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They need treat employees with more respect. I've never worked for a company that has treated me as poorly as US Bank has. It's a huge problem with this company. There's a lot (I mean A LOT) of favoritism too

Don't even get me started on pay. The pay is just terrible.

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Make sure those that are interested in advancement have the opportunity to gain experience in other job families. I love compliance, I wanted to move into a compliance role but there were no opportunities for me to move into that kind of role because there were no training opportunities. So I was stuck doing a job I was unhappy with because I wasn't getting the support needed to further my career. Create a mentorship program or something that allows employees to gain experience in all areas including corporate.

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Treat people fairly which they don't
There is alot of favortism.

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Get the whole story and not just one side of it.

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Treat everyone fairly. It does not happen here at US Bank.

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Engage more with the employees to ensure overall happiness.

Answered - WEALTH MANAGEMENT ANALYST (Former Employee) - San Francisco, CA

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