Personal Banker (Current Employee), Oregon – April 14, 2014
Pros: credit card bonuses.
Cons: poor pay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Always high sales pressure. Employees are rewarded for high preformance which is nice but it can get overwhelming at times. The pay is the worst part of the job. It doesnt matter what your position is, they are not consistent about pay.
Huge company with many opportunities if you live in the right market.
Project Manager (Former Employee), Metro – April 14, 2014
Pros: ceo is amazing.
Cons: lower level managers are hit or miss.
HR and Recruiting as a whole are the worst examples of departments in this company. In order to move up, you really need to know somebody...and even then, upper management really wants people to be located in MN. They are missing so many great hires by not expanding their search to other locations.
Teller (Former Employee), Colorado Springs, CO – April 11, 2014
Pros: decent hourly pay
Overall positive experience and fair treatment. Worked full-time hours and was taught a fair amount about the banking world by my co-workers. Management was generally supportive and helpful. The hardest part of the job was offering products to the customers that are not free. The most enjoyable part of the job was when we were really able to help customers – more... with some of their financial needs. – less
Personal Banker (Current Employee), Falcon, CO – April 8, 2014
Pros: management support and challenge
Cons: poor work/life balance due to hours.
I work for an excellent manager. She spent time training and equipping employees to be promoted. I have gained administrative, budget, analytical, and problem solving skills. I have learned to work with co-workers as a team; to challenge others, hold them accountable, and support and promote them. I have absolutely learned to enjoy the details and operations – more... of my job. – less
Easy D Fund Reviewer (Former Employee), Owensboro, KY – April 6, 2014
Pros: the banking hours, benefits for being us bank employee such as free checking and discounts with other businesses, lunch breaks were not scheduled for us
Cons: was a temporary worker
Working at US Bank for me consisted of reviewing mortgage files. My position was to open up a PDF file that consisted of mortgage documentation and to sort, condense, and make sure each of the pages were named and named correctly. I learned what was necessary to have in the paperwork before purchasing or refinancing home mortgages as well as banking – more... software.
Even though the branch I worked at was a big office with our own area of expertise, as a whole we connected like a family. The big thing at that particular office was team work to help the customer quickly and accurately.
The hardest part of the job was the unstable workflow. Some of the loans we were purchasing from other banks would not have all the stipulations required for us to proceed. That in turn caused a ripple effect of backing up certain area's while the area's after them had no work.
What I liked most about the job was the location, the people, and the fact it was a desk job. This job was the least stressful, if not stress relieving, form of employment I have ever experienced. – less