File clerk (Former Employee) – El Dorado, AR – June 17, 2018
This job allowed me to gain cash handeling experience and to work alongside professional managers. The experience gained from this business has helped me in the long run when applying and working for other businesses.
Bank Teller (Former Employee) – Schererville, IN – April 20, 2018
I started at 6:30am to open drive up and closed at 7:30 pm 5 days a week. it was a fun job . entertaining at times dealing with customers there was a great staff and management when i was there. They have all since moved on.
Employee (Former Employee) – Conroe, TX – March 22, 2018
Horrible place to work. Upper Management is always out to get you no matter what. Always willing to fire someone quickly. Conroe region has high turn around. Sexist towards women. More men in vital roles. Lowest pay rates compared to other banks.
Management does a good job of motivating the employees and does things from time to time to show its appreciation. Almost everybody likes this. They are good with the clients and helping them achieve their goals. Workplace culture is good across the board, but it will be interesting to see what it's like after the merger with Main Source Bank.
CSR (Former Employee) – Bessemer, AL – March 8, 2018
This was my first full-time job after I graduated from high school. I started out as a switchboard operator. I then became a teller. I then became the assistant head teller, operated the commercial window, and trained all new tellers. From there I became a CSR. There are many times that I wish I had never left.
Assistant Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – February 28, 2018
Incredibly unprofessional. Systems are archaic with no real database for contact management system or demographic search capabilities. Training is very poor. Managers are stretched to 2 and 3 branches at a time. Overall organization is not clear on where and how they want to drive the business. Very conservative business mode.
For me there were none
Unprofessional, poorly structured business model, poor communication, outdated systems.