Personal Banker (Former Employee) – West Allis, WI – December 3, 2017
The job is micro management. Too many managers and not enough help on the floor in the call center. They say they don’t force sells but the last 2 training classes are nothing but sells. I was fired because a lady cursed me out from the the time I got on the phone til the time I said mam I am not about to let you continue to talk to me like this. Have a good day.
Senior Outbound Sales Banker (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – December 3, 2017
There were little to no advancement opportunities, poor team morale. Micro-management. Short breaks. High sales goals and performance plans or warnings leading up to and including termination if not met within a short period of time with little access to coaching tools.
IN-STORE BANKER (Current Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – December 2, 2017
advancement opportunities available at all levels. You just have to take your work seriously. large and diverse. a job for keeps. can be stressful. if you don't like multi tasking, the bank is not your place.
Purchase Fund Analyst (Former Employee) – Nevada, MO – December 2, 2017
If I had the chance I would go back to being a purchase fund analyst. Absolutely loved the job and the people I worked with. You can go as high as you want in terms of promotions, you just have to have the motivation to go out and get it.
Modification Risk Control Quality Analyst (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – December 2, 2017
Modification Risk Control Quality Analyst • Responsible for auditing the modification package for loss mitigation review process processed by the loan officer • Responsible for ensuring confidentiality of all aspects of the company’s operations, portfolio, customer information and computer technology, that included credit report and financial documentation review • Identified gaps and inform solutions that minimize losses resulting from inadequate internal process, systems or human errors • Identified, responds and or escalated risks as appropriate • Served as a functional liaison between the Line of Business, internal and external clients • Undertook audits to ensure compliance with control procedure parameter and submitted to internal QC/QA
Bilingual Personal Banker (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – December 2, 2017
Not very helpful in helping with schedules for parents. Not very understandable when it comes to emergencies or working with you to have a good schedule that will work with your kids school or school activities.
Assistant Manager II (Current Employee) – Thousand Oaks, CA – December 1, 2017
Us Bank, Helped me grow, it's a great company but work life balance is not there, which is important to me. I enjoy my time off with family and working for Us Bank I am not able to do that. It adds extra stress to my lifestyle I don't nee.
Banker (Former Employee) – Lansing, IL – November 29, 2017
Helped manage teller staff and helped with the daily cash balancing along with exceptional customer service and assist in coaching the staff in striving to achieve branch sales goals and activities. Stayed up to date with operational compliance of banking procedures and policies.
Peak Time Teller (Current Employee) – Maple Grove, MN – November 29, 2017
Overall an amazing place to work. I’ve only been working there a short amount of time but I can ensure anyone considering them for a career should give it a shot! Definitely worth it and you won’t be disappointed
Figures Processor (Current Employee) – Owensboro, KY – November 29, 2017
There is always a lot of work that can be completed daily at the bank. We stay busy but the atmosphere helps make it to where the work can be completed efficiently and accurately. The hardest part about the job is not having enough privacy due to how small the desk are and how close they are together. The best part about my job would be the benefits the bank provides.
Great company to work for, some managers are not though
Financial Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Gresham, OR – November 28, 2017
My direct manager was awesome, professional, friendly, gave everyone on the team individual attention and care, and showed us where to go next. He was a definitely a leader. Unfortunately, once he moved to another position, I had some misguided managers who would tell me I wasn't doing good enough and to work harder one day, and the next tell me how awesome my performance is, without me doing anything different. And they felt they had to micromanage everything I was doing, and a after a few months of this and I got sick and couldn't go to work, I was fired. What a lousy excuse for management.
Investment Account Research Specialist (Former Employee) – Saint Paul, MN – November 28, 2017
There's nothing that kills the feeling of accomplishment of powering through a stressful, deadline-packed day and wrapping it all up on time and balanced to the penny is finding out you aren't doing as good a job as they had hoped.
I'm not doing anything "wrong" per se...
Forget it. I take pride in my work and will work 12 hours a day for an employer who appreciates my hard work and will offer constructive, helpful feedback.