Live Oak Bank
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $100M to $500M (USD)
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    Live Oak Bank website
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Wilmington, NC

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Loan Officer in Wilmington, NC
on October 21, 2020
Very solid management and vision. They treat their employees fairly and compensate well, especially for Wilmington. One of the best employers in the region.
Prep/Line Cook in Wilmington, NC
on March 21, 2020
The kitchen and cooks were very friendly and helpful. There were times when you were required to cover other positions while still maintaining your own station and responsibilities. The benefits were some of the best I have seen but the low hourly pay was hard to compensate for the benefits.
Developer in Wilmington, NC
on February 16, 2020
Amazing peers, but awful management. They blatantly lie on a regular basis, and have no love for the people they put on death marches(working till midnight). They also skimp on compensation b/c there is no other game in town. That said, the culture is great because the people outside of management are genuinely amazing. Middle managers to their best to shield employees from the evil disingenuous morons in the C-Suite.
Loan Closer in Wilmington, NC
on October 5, 2019
From an outsider's perspective, the place is a dream...on-site restaurants, they used to provide dog pens, gyms and trainers, table massages, dry cleaning pick-up, amazing benefits and pay. Sounds great, until you realize it's because they don't want you to have to leave the campus. The CEO's BIG mantra is, "work hard, play hard, " which is all well and good until you are burnt out. You are tethered to your laptop 24/7. All work calls are forwarded to your personal phone with SMALL reimbursement. You are expected to answer calls from clients, lawyers, managers, partners, at any point...even while on "vacation." If a client needs ANYTHING, you are expected to give up your family/free time to help the client. It's a nationwide company, so even though you are headquartered on the East Coast, you are expected to stop eating dinner to answer your client's questions who lives on the West Coast. The push to get loans closed is at the risk, stress levels, and health of the employees. The employees, in general, are very clicky. Don't expect anyone to have your back if you aren't part of their click, especially the managers. The departments are constantly changing procedures to figure out what works, but it's ceaseless chaos. It's a good place for someone right out of college, who has no outside of work commitments or family, so the majority of employees are pretty young.
Accounting and Finance Intern in Wilmington, NC
on September 13, 2019
From the people working there to the overall culture that you are apart, Live Oak is a spectacular institution to work for. Great work/life balance and amazing benefits.

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