Teller I (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – June 19, 2018
Though I worked for Huntington a short time due to health issues and relocating, I had an overall pleasant experience with this job. Management was always concerned for your wellbeing and how your day was going. You were also trained extremely well for the job at hand, and it was made sure you felt 100% comfortable before working alone. Pay was also decent. The only small issue I had was that my coworkers were a little standoffish when I was new. They had formed a tight bond from working together for a while, and my personality just didn't click with one of the coworkers. It made for a tense work environment with her specifically. Other than that, it was a great place to work.
great hours, decent pay, Pto, benefits, great management
I worked with a good group of men, had a lot of laughs, but the job was ok. We enjoyed the perks of the Bank, luncheons, bonuses, etc. The office people were a great group to work with as well, very easy going, very knowledgeable, fun to work with.
Location was close to home, enjoyed the people I worked with. Learned about high volume accounts and research for balancing. No stress. Team members were always willing to assist when issues arose with balancing.
Vice President - Business Development Leader (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – June 17, 2018
I started here in the management training program, and progressed from there to assistant manager, manager and then business development. The bank was flexible with schedules and I did job share for approximately 4 years and it was very successful.
V.P. of Group Benefits (Former Employee) – Cincinnati, OH – June 14, 2018
The corporate bankers/relationship managers were in constant fear of their job. Each new manager brought changes and there was a lot of new managers.
I was on the Huntington Insurance side. We depended on the relationship managers for opening doors. Customers depend on relationships and accountability. Huntington was constantly changing staff, eliminating products, and unable to identify its stride. The Cincinnati office had more troubles than the Columbus office, but the turn-over was higher than any company that I had been with prior.
I did enjoy my job. I liked working with the corporate bankers/relationship managers. They opened many doors but the customers were all small. Growth was a challenge, but not unattainable.
I would expect that many of these concerns were short-term and have been corrected.
PERSONAL BANKER (Former Employee) – Fishers, IN – June 12, 2018
High pressure for results but good team environment and everyone willing to help each other, good open door policy with my one up! Its a decent company to be in with potential for growth if you achieve goals.
Database developer, Data Analyst, Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH 43017 – June 6, 2018
The manager was not professional. She did not create the conditions for a successful work, the team was gossiping and divided. The Upper management care even less. Full time people abused the system and were mostly working from home and/or spent a lot of time shopping or dining out.
Branch Service Manager (Current Employee) – Lansing, MI – June 3, 2018
Huntington, as a company has the right culture, wanting to always improve customer service, to always do what is right for the customer and supports diversity. But certain areas (depending on the management) don't care about doing what is right for the customer and focus too hard on making sales goals which feel unobtainable. Actions speak louder than words, and the actions that I've witnessed is favoritism amongst those who achieve goal, leadership by fear to those who may need more coaching and training.
Teller (Current Employee) – Michigan – June 3, 2018
Huntington is only concerned about making the sales goals, regardless of what is best for the customers. Even the tellers are required to push products without being trained in sales. Working at an in-store means we can potentially work 7 days straight without getting any over time since the in-stores are open 7 days a week. Many customers are uncomfortable doing financial business in a grocery store. In addition to this, the customers get away with screaming at us because we can't always waive their fees. Huntington has definitely gone down the drain just in the 7 months I've been with the company. I would not recommend.
Micromanaging, expected to be a sales person without being paid to be a sales person.
Teller (Former Employee) – Acme, MI – June 1, 2018
Someone else summed my feelings up with this statement: Management was do as I say not as I do. Not at all a nice person. We just didn't like each other. She called me into her office on a daily basis for using "Slang" I asked someone for their Sos.Social security number. Everyday it was something new and ridiculous. I am a hard working person and very committed to doing a good job and she was very critical of everything I did. She felt threatened by my skills and knowledge. My "PA accent" and "slang" was a big thing daily and micromanaging was all she did. Dont apply here with gray hair or she will for sure let you know she does not approve. How she became a manager of a bank is beyond me. Never once met anyone in management higher than her. I have never worked for a bank so ridiculous. RUN TO ANY BANK BUT THIS ONE. I left and found a much better environment at a competitor right away-MUCH HAPPIER.
Relationship sales associate (Former Employee) – Holland, MI – May 30, 2018
Huntington bank is a great place to work with friendly and eager to learn and teach people new things about the company.the most enjoyable part of the job you could go outside for lunch instead of the cafeteria.
Higher ups are constantly sending out emails and calling out employees that are doing something wrong.. instead of focusing on what's right. Awful hours (in stores) back stabbed. Still employed.. put in my two weeks. Pushy, sales motivated, revenu driven, not good