The Good, the Bad, & The Ugly of the Green Weave Bank
Staff Tax Accountant (Current Employee) – Short Hills, NJ – January 14, 2019
Not enough opportunity for advancement Favoritism among workers Compensation lacking and people are below market in pay Raises are lacking Management makes the Bank seem like it's doing actually better than it is (making it out to be like a big bank when ideally very small) A good place for very experienced individuals like those with VP and above credentials Understaffed so some departments have to work long hours with work not being recognized or compensated No career guidance provided on how to move up the corporate ladder Overall, basically a place to get experience and move on
Food, People, Culture
Compensation, Favoritism, No Career Advancement, Understaffed
Personal Banker (Current Employee) – Bayonne, NJ – January 2, 2019
I have worked for Investors over 2 years. I was a Customer services associate first and then 3 months later I was promoted to a personal banker iii. I love the customers and my job but management made it very difficult to work. This bank always had conflicting answers to a problem. There was a lot of back and forth. I always had to cover myself with who i spoke to, taking names down and keeping emails so i do not get i trouble. Management does not really work they hand their employees work to do get done without them knowing how to do the work themselves. I feel learning together is important as we are all a team and especially as a new employee coming into Investors I was not knowing what to expect from this job, I was misguided. I had to figure everything out myself through calling back office and reading a lot. I had a very stressful experience, especially that because I was the personal banker goals fell on me mostly. I had a bad team to work with and I wouldn't recommend this bank to anyone.
Nice company to work for, there is a lot of biased-favoritism if you can overlook that. The pay is fair, work-pace is slow, lots of fun activities and perks. There are a lot of free healthy breakfast and a ton of volunteering and or charitable activities, which is nice and very rewarding. Plenty of nice people in the staff, management on the other hand does have play the favoritism hand quite a bit. Not too much else to say for this place. It's an okay place to work.
Can be fun place to work. Bonuses. Engaging community culture.
Bank Teller (Current Employee) – Spring Lake Heights, NJ – August 24, 2018
Busy environment. Very supportive team members. Friendly, competitive atmosphere. Continuing education is a requirement in a supportive atmosphere. Giving back to the communities is priority and required with this company.
Analyst (Current Employee) – Iselin, NJ – July 21, 2018
The CEO, and his ilk are extremely out of touch. Systems are not appropriate for the workload. You will be overworked and expected to work late with no pay. Time off allowances are criminal given the extra time they expect. Stay far far away
Customer Service Associate (Current Employee) – Hopewell, NJ – July 10, 2018
great place to work lots of activities and community service. the company party is great get your raise each year and starting salary is great. branches are busy some days and you get quarterly bounses
Teller/Customer Service (Current Employee) – New Jersey – June 4, 2018
Branch manager condescending thinks he is king Family balance not allowed Branch manager very disrespectful Female workers don't get much chance of moving up in the branch even if you have been there many years Branch manager won't even consider helping to move you along Forced to do community service even though you are supposed to be at your second job
Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Short Hills, NJ – May 25, 2018
They do a lot events for employees and their families, they are a community bank, it’s mandatory to volunteer at soup kitchens and be involved in community events, everyone are really friends and helpful, but it’s hard to move up in the company, and the pay doesn’t compare to others in the same industry