Liberty Bank Employee Reviews
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I was informally promised an advancement while interviewing but it never materialized. Once you are in at a level - don't expect to advance. Pay was about 10-15% below industry standard and they acknowledge it but won't change it. Good place to work if you just want to punch a time clock and stay where you are professionally.
low pay and little advancement opportunity
This job can work depending where you are. Some branches discriminate employees and customers. A lot of pettiness and retaliation also. Great bank in terms of products but the people that work there aren’t the best co workers and if your new can be very discouraging. Everyone has own agendas. Horrible experience.
Their culture was fun, I met several people in leadership roles who were lovely and embodied everything that the company stands for. I was hired and loved my job, and then a few months later they hired a few new additions to the personnel that were not a culture fit and quickly changed my experience. The HR dept is a bit sour, which makes advancement for those outside of their inner circle near impossible.
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I really enjoyed working for Liberty Bank. As a whole it has a solid sense of who it is currently and who it wants to be. The people who work there usually stay there for a long time. I recommend back office positions more so than sales or branch work. Sales and referrals will be a LARGE portion of your success in the later positions and I do not think that is made very clear when you interview, but that probably varies from location to location. They are committed to training their employees and offer very competitive benefits. The pay structure matches local industry standards. I feel I was able to maintain a very equitable work life balance.
They are no longer in existence due to the bank being bought out by Simmons Bank. They eliminated the department and consolidated everything to Arkansas.
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Micromanagement at its finest from the CEO. CEO requests the same things of multiple people without any communication. His management style is frustrating and will wear on you. The lack of communication from the mortgage department is extremely frustrating as well. The mortgage manager is taking on many of the attributes of the CEO (and not in a good way).
Most other managers are excellent
EXTREME lack of communication
Working in Liberty Bank was the beginning of my career. Initially it was interesting job, but all i could learn there was very few. I am happy that I agreed working in Liberty bank, because it gave me opportunities to grow up as a worker and find a better job. It was a good beginning.
I was recruited to work at Liberty Bank away from my previous career in radio advertising. It was wonderful until a buyout began by the now Simmons Bank and after 6 months, became a difficult experience for someone new that made a career change.
I worked here temporarily as I was going to school at night to prepare for a different career path and I always say if I wasn’t passionate about what I was going to school for I would have stayed and worked my way up through this company. It is very well structured and management cares a lot about the people that work there.
Liberty Bank was a good financial institution, they wee a small savings bank that always put the customers first. They had lots of giveaways for customer and employees benefited as well.
Management wasn't fair in making decisions for advancement
Six day work week No set schedule. Was told only two Saturdays per month but was put on the schedule more. No consistency amongst employees when it came to policies and procedures. And everyone was afraid to make risk based decisions on their own. Constant fear of being terminated.
Phenomenally Customer focused company.
Empowerment of decision making. Inconsistent work schedules and duties.
I enjoyed it being small so that I could get to know the customers by name and was able to help them more individually. It is a great company for advancement and was encouraged to gain new skills.
Diversity in the days responsibilities.
The culture changed.