If you are thinking of applying for a job with this Bank, DON'T. Worst place to work in Cincinnati. Save yourself some misery.
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I heard bad things about the place before I took the job, I probably should have listened
Processor (Former Employee) – West Chester, OH – December 4, 2017
Culture - unless you were the "in crowd", it sucked Management - They don't have time to actually train someone Wanted me to learn three different positions with minimum to no training and when I had questions, they seemed put out to have to stop and answer them. I got let go after 17 days.
Overall not a good company to work for, there is alot of favoritism from managers to certain employees, no room for advancement and low pay. Ok part time work only for college students or retirees or for stepping stone but not a career.
A typical day brings answering lots of phone calls and entering or correcting lots of data in regards to mortgage loans. When management takes an interest in your position, the productivity would increase. Many people feel better about themselves and their work when they are accomplishing a lot each day. I enjoyed helping customers who were particularly upset or confused with their mortgage loan.
Post daily journal entries to various accounts, buy/ redeem/ manage portfolio of investments, create financial reports for CFO, and assist others in investigating outages. I learned accounts payable, general ledger software, financial reporting, OCC guidelines, and auditing.