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Fun workplace
Teller Supervisor, Lock box Processor I (Former Employee) –  Dallas, TXJuly 12, 2018
I enjoyed my jobs at Comerica meet some nice people and bad. I have been in banking for quite sometime and would love to get back in. My managers where nice especially when they recommended me to become a Teller Supervisor.
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Great place to work!
Vice President/Operations Team Leader (Former Employee) –  Dallas, TXJuly 8, 2018
Comerica Bank believes strongly in developing its employees.

In addition Comerica is a contributor to the various communities in which it serves.

Comerica has a strong commitment to diversity and mutual respect between employees of any position.

Benefits are such as healthcare, 401K, and retirement benefits are good and comparable to other financial organizations .
Pros
Culture of inclusiveness, opportunity for advancement, and improvement
Cons
Adaptability to change is a must, and may be difficult for some
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No Comment.
Credit Risk Analyst/Credit Specialist III (Former Employee) –  Houston, TXJuly 3, 2018
CMA is changing and evolving as most organizations do. Management is learning and will move the Company into the next phase of success. Progress is a bumpy road.
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career opportunity
CSR II (Current Employee) –  Dallas, TXJuly 2, 2018
Advancement for your career in the financial industry is available. My manager is very helpful and is willing to help you find a position you would want to advance to.
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Low Budget Bank
Financial Center Manager (Former Employee) –  Houston, TXJuly 2, 2018
Don't waste your time on such a "frugal" company, they might offer you a soda but then turn around and recycle the aluminum can once you're done.


The bank looks at every penny and has no Marketing budget and does not spend/ invest in their own branches. BUT, they do have money to spend on "Comerica Park" as the main corporate sponsor! SMH
Pros
Hard working employees
Cons
Comerica Bank
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ATM machines were outdated
ATM Services Manager (Former Employee) –  Auburn Hills, MIJuly 2, 2018
Need to update ATM machines. The department was in need of a complete overhaul because of not being properly managed. Employees were not very happy with the work load
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Ouch.
Credit Analyst (Former Employee) –  Dallas, TXJune 30, 2018
it's a weekend so no point in rambling on could fill a ton of space and not be done. consider carefully about joining this bank whether retail side or commercial credit. unfortunately most "credit analysts" and underwriting associate staff have little idea what they are getting into before they are already on board and it is too late
Pros
Bank holidays schedule
Cons
it goes on and on..................pay, career happiness, morale
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Unreasonable expectations
Senior Lead Support Technician (Former Employee) –  Metropolitan Detroit MIJune 29, 2018
shrinking personnel resulting in broader expectations

unpaid overtime for salary workers, with a minimum 40 hr/week expectation

Inconsistency on employee expectations
Pros
Great pay/benefits
Cons
Lousy work/life balance and expectations
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Productive and Networking
Credit Specialist - Middle Market (Former Employee) –  Houston, TXJune 27, 2018
Great place for growth . I started at Comerica while pursing my Bachelors degree. Management was very supportive and helpful to make sure whatever path I chose would be beneficial . Many opportunities to volunteer in the community. Town hall and quarterly meeting were a great time to met fellow peers and a time to speak with the CEO for know and growth within the company .
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Ok
CLM Database Analyst (Former Employee) –  Livonia, MIJune 20, 2018
I can write a book but not today not tonight. Comerica is known for if you have a lot of years with them or making ok money they lay you off to bring someone else in making less.
Pros
Nothing
Cons
A lot i can write a book
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Overworked - Under Paid
Analyst (Current Employee) –  Detroit, MIJune 20, 2018
Comerica is an okay place to work. Most managers are willing to let you have a flexible schedule which is nice. However, with jobs being eliminated and positions not being filled the work load has significantly increased and pay hasn't. They expect a lot from you and don't pay accordingly. It's great for entry level positions because you start off high but as you advance, the raises are very small through mid-level positions.
Pros
Flexible Schedule, Diverse Workforce, Good Benefits, 401K Match
Cons
Short Staffed, Lacks Technology, Pay
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Productive and OK
Assistant Vice President (Former Employee) –  Livonia, MIJune 20, 2018
Lots of meetings; Not much of growth.New teams coming in on contract and lots of reviews. At times chaotic. Direction is sort of vague. Good for newcomers.
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its a job in banking
Credit Analyst II (Current Employee) –  Houston, TXJune 16, 2018
if you want to be in the bank industry this is a choice but dont expect advancement unless you are willing to brownnose to management like most people do

Pay is bad unless you're senior management, jump between analyst 1 and 2 in credit is about 10% (5k). Miserable work environment with colleagues at very low morale level, management is lost in how to keep people due to a multi-decade revolving door of people leaving. Too many new college grads and no experienced credit people really adds burden.
Pros
Bank holidays
Cons
see review
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Pros of working at Comerica
Business Unit Liasion (Former Employee) –  San Jose, CAJune 14, 2018
Great employees. Great benefits. High Sales Goals. Great Training Department,

Would recommend Comerica Bank for anyone looking to get into the Banking Business
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great place to work
Flood Compliance Specialist (Former Employee) –  Livonia, MIJune 13, 2018
Great job security and mentorship. Fast paced environment and friendly people. Tuition reimbursement which is very beneficial and a great help for career advancement.
Pros
job security
Cons
over worked at times
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Great career pathway
Assistant Banking Center Manager (Current Employee) –  Detroit, MIJune 11, 2018
Longevity and security. Has been with Comerica for 20+ years and have enjoyed my stay. This company will recognize those who have made commitments and excel in performance. Great place to work and start your career if you are interested in financial banking.
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Small
AVP/ Banking Center Manger/ BBO Specialist (Former Employee) –  San Diego, CAJune 11, 2018
Tough place to lend. Too conservative policies. Locations are all in strip malls which are challenged by homeless population. Just cut a bunch of locations all over CA.
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A Bank trying to find itself in the industry
Analyst (Current Employee) –  Houston, TXJune 9, 2018
The best comparison for this bank would be working for a small credit union that offers services but fails in execution.

The credit analyst program basically provides for Going from a Credit Analyst 1 to a CA 2 within 12 months based on the program's structure. So on the basis of time alone it is very easy to get promoted within the year. Most do it in 9 months. And if you check the paths of those who start at the bank most are gone in under 1.5 years because opportunities are absent. Going from one small hourly wage to another is not a motivator and especially when the bank itself is lost in direction.

Credit Analysts (including in Middle market and the specialty lines like Dealer) are paid by the hour at rates that are on par with regional peers. But training is beyond awful and near absent, from people who are very cushy where they sit.

Credit quality is a mute point since the couple people running the committees ask for things to be done how they like even if it is contrary to evaluating credit. It is a good boys' club.

For those who have said advancement is there and the culture is good, really hard to see that. Revolving door of people leaving and only ever getting anything when you threaten to leave but it's too late by then.
Pros
1 type of coffee pod still offered (breakfast blend)
Cons
Pay is by the hour and a TIMECARD for credit analysts that needs approval. Embarassing
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I enjoyed working here good benefits and vacation time . Things seem t be going down hill
Sr. Software Developer - Assistant Vice President (Current Employee) –  Auburn Hills, MIJune 8, 2018
Nice company but unstable due to layoffs. Bad raises . Small to no bonuses. Good vacation, paid holidays . Buy too many vendor packages . Too much stuff getting outsource to india
Pros
Flex work, working from home
Cons
Raises and compensation
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Conservative Company with Great Opportunities
Lending Assistant II (Former Employee) –  Detroit, MIJune 7, 2018
A great company to work for with unlimited room for advancement. Benefits are standard. Salary is very comparable to other financial institutions. Comerica also have excellent volunteering and community activities.
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