Pros: good accounts with some good people working with you.
Cons: branch management, lack of training, education, promotions, lack of ethics.
Not all accounts are the same... some are a little better than others but you have to take it all in stride.
The company in this area however, needs a good shake down from management on down. There is a lot of "good ole boy" and unethical practices going on. This is a company that, right now, is bleeding accounts and I can see why. And getting quality – more... accounts are slim.
Don't ask for training or education or even promotions... not going to happen. They will promise you a lot and show very little interest in keeping good officers around. If you want a job just for a pay check... this is a good start!!! Strictly, hands off and only observe and report... but watch out of what you observe and then report... it could just paint a big target painted on your back and you could be looking at a one way ticket out the door.
And you will find that the branch management and local HR (non-bias of course) will find every way to make it to where you will want to quit. That way they don't have to pay for unemployment. And this is what they do to officers that have top marks on performance reviews and that take the extra initiative to becoming a better officers.
If you are looking to move up in the company, you better be a really close friend or someone who is family that is higher up on the management ladder. Doing the right thing and taking it upon yourself to improve won't get you anywhere. – less