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- CEOGreg Garrabrants
- Company size1001 to 5,000
- Revenue$500M to $1B (USD)
- IndustryFinancial Services
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I have been overall satisfied with my time at Axos. I recognize that the position is not for everyone, but I have seen several JCAs succeed and move on to other departments with bigger responsibilities. The JCA program is not for everyone. You need to be self-driven and motivated to get things done. The workload fluctuates, especially during quarter-end and year-end periods. There is always a chance to volunteer and go above and beyond. Doing the bare minimum will not yield positive results. Management will enable JCAs to take on bigger tasks and responsibilities if they show they can handle it. The program is a great opportunity to learn about finance and banking – questions are encouraged and extra training and learning is championed. Working in different departments with different managers allows JCAs to get exposure to several aspects of the Bank and can be useful in settling on a permanent department and moving to higher roles. For “Senior” JCAs, the program may seem to hold them back slightly as they are still required to participate in assignments and functions in order to “graduate”, but at the same time taking on more responsibility within their departments. Although the program is continuously changing in order to become more streamlined, it may be best to allow JCAs to graduate at their own pace rather than a specific date based on hire.
Junior Credit Analyst in San Diego, CA
on June 8, 2021
Axos is a great place to learn and grow not only in your career but in knowledge and experience. Every day I have the opportunity to work in an industry I love that challenges me to be better every day. The teams are very supportive of career aspirations and provide support and opportunities for advancement throughout the company. Teams and leadership across the company really show each other that they care. If you want to grow and be challenged, it is the perfect place to be.
Anonymous in Las Vegas, NV
on June 15, 2021
I was a senior Software Engineer and the team I was on was severely understaffed for 8 months of 12 months I was there. 3 people left without ever being replaced and our goals and timelines were never adjusted. I had to work weekends and 12 hour days most days, especially during the end of projects and deployments. There was no support from the company during COVID, just continuously pushing to try to get everyone back in the office. The management culture is pure politics and everyone passing the blame to the next guy without ever just trying to figure out a solution. They also try to act like they’re a tech company, or fin tech, when they really operate business super old fashioned with tons of old tech and policies. If you have a choice, stay away from this company.
Senior Software Engineer in Las Vegas, NV
on June 12, 2021
Excellent company. Competitive salary and training. Good benefits and work life balance. Inclusive culture and helpful management. Lots upward mobility
Collection Supervisor in San Diego, CA
on May 24, 2021
They completely over hype the position "Direct Banker" when it really is a call center position. The benefits of working for Axos were great and they have nice facilities and a coffee station on every floor. Still, they underpay you to sit there for 8 hours a day to get cussed out by entitled customers day in and day out. Then there is management who tends to micromanage you on how your calls are and how well you follow a schedule. Unless you have thick skin or you are in dire need of money. Stay away. Axos needs an overhaul on how they run their customer service department. Whether pay more, train more or organize it by types of accounts, something NEEDS TO CHANGE.
Direct Banker in San Diego, CA
on May 24, 2021
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