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I left I was involved in Became Frist Bank moving files on location to another
After the merged only Temp

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After 8 1/2 years, was placed under new management. They didn't even give me an opportunity to show them what kind of an asset I am, they already made up their mind that they wanted me gone. They knit picked everything to the point that it was becoming unbearable to even come in to work. The harder you worked to make management happy, the worse it got. After 9 years, they let me go for no real reason. Even unemployment agreed I was wrongful fired and was granted unemployment, even though US Bank almost always wins.

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Moved to Beloit Wisconsin

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After 8 1/2 years, was placed under new management. They didn't even give me an opportunity to show them what kind of an asset I am, they already made up their mind that they wanted me gone. They knit picked everything to the point that it was becoming unbearable to even come in to work. After 9 years, they did me a favor, and let me go for no real reason. Even unemployment agreed I was wrongful fired and was granted unemployment, even though US Bank usually wins.

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The pay sucked.

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Need better support from upper management and a complete investigation of the processes in the Desert Empire District needs to be started immediately.

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I was seeking a more challenging, fast paced environment.

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

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Zero internal advancement opportunities

Answered - Universal Banker (Former Employee) - Cedar Falls, IA

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I had a baby.

Answered - Financial Sales Consultant (Former Employee) - Portland, OR

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Poor fit. Better opportunity

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Fargo, ND

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