Loan Processor (Former Employee) – Livermore, CA – October 6, 2018
Learned a lot while I was there, which I will always carry with me. However, if you’re not your managers favorite, you will not stay around to beat lay offs. They are great with balancing work and family life. Compensation is okay, as you don’t get paid per file and your “quarterly bonus” is $200- laughable! High stress evnivorment, and it’s a struggle to get loans done. You can send an email and not get a response, then have you manager follow up and get a reply in seconds. The internal workings need help, and so does managements. Otherwise the company is great. I wish they would get it together.
Great work and life balance
Poor management, don’t lay off based on production- favoritism is high
Closing Disclosure Specialist (Former Employee) – Livermore, CA – September 27, 2018
Management had limited interactions with our team. Expectations are way too high with little training and self training take place when procedure itself is not provided. Success of good employee are not their tough priority.
Good opportunity if you can deal with ongoing changes
Supervisor/Manager (Former Employee) – Hayward, CA – August 28, 2018
The people here care about the business. Management has seen a lot of turnover, to there is struggle to maintain a clear goals. Hardest part of this job was trying to get focus. You're often dealing with a firehose of tasks, and you need to know how to deal with that successfully.
You can't depend on you life working at Fremont Bank always laying off
Mortgage Closing Analyst (Former Employee) – Livermore, CA – August 11, 2018
I liked working there because, of the job I had to do and the work time of my job. They need to work on there work place there in that environment. I love what I do there to get the job done for the company as a whole.
Loan Processor (Former Employee) – Hayward, CA – July 4, 2018
If mortgages hadn't tanked, I would've still been working for this institution. Great benefits and people. Was actually training to be an underwriter, when things went south. Would love to learn how to underwrite again, but I gave that life up to be a nurse which I love.