Branch Manager and Business Services Rep (Former Employee) – O'Fallon, MO – August 1, 2018
My time at Alliance was generally awful. I was micromanaged at every level. They fight against any type of creativity or process change. Their dual controls at the time were sub par and their facilities were run down.
I do like the company. They do care about their employees and do take good care of them.
Financial Services Representative (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – April 25, 2018
My typical day is making sure I do my best in providing excellent member services. I pride on making sure that my branch is running smoothly. As far as being compliance, I do most of the monthly audits. There is not anything hard about my job. I do enjoy working and trying to enrich my daily routine. My coworkers appreciate me that I am here to help in anyway that I can.
The people in the branches are great. Executive management is out of touch with how the offices operate although they make all the decisions. Corporate expectations are high and appreciation for performance is not acknowledged even in reviews - high achievement is expected.
Business Development Officer (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – March 31, 2017
If you are young and looking for experience this could be a good fit. If you are experienced and looking to advance to the top, this may not be a good fit for you. Lots of cliques and office politics. No real job security.
MRM (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – November 4, 2015
Managers just care about themselves and sell you out the first chance they get. Pay is very very low. Benefits are ok, but literally everyone is leaving. At one point the entire mortgage department quit.
Financial Center Manager (Former Employee) – Wilmington, NC – October 25, 2013
Alliance Credit Union was a wonderful company to work for. Unfortunately they closed several branch locations to cut expenses. I truly the enjoyed the member contact and utilizing marketing skills through community involvement to encourage growth. I thoroughly enjoyed working with area car dealers to build a successful indirect lending program.