Financial Service Representative (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – September 30, 2017
This was an average financial institution in Tucson, AZ. Regional manager said that if law enforcement didn't work out to come back so they could rehire me. But, they left Tucson and sold to another institution before I could reapply.
Current staff member (Current Employee) – San Jose, CA – March 7, 2017
Credit Union has a positive atmosphere and has employee appreciation events all throughout the year. It is more of a family atmosphere here which is something employees really like. Progressive organization always looking for ways to improve upon processes.
COMMERCIAL LOAN OPERATIONS SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – June 23, 2015
VP of Business Banking is so horrible. She is not greeting or smiling with anyone. She is so mess up with her head, thoughts and actions. Management is so ridiculous. My seven months work there nothing but stress.
Meriwest really cares about the needs of their members. This is a great company to work for!
Support Services Specialist (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – April 21, 2015
My co-workers were great to work with. We were a team, working together to provide exceptional service to the member. Management was professional and very supportive of cross training in other areas of the Credit Union.
A Credit Union with its Members' needs directly integrated into its daily operations makes working at Meriwest easy when you love to help people. The best aspect of this Member-Owned company is their Training Dept. Staffed with incredible people, the available training classes, online courses and support is beyond amazing! The HR department is also a very impressive group of people who truly care about each and every employee's well being, professionally and personally. You'll never find a better support team. I personally believe there is little room to advance if you work beneath a Supervisor/Lead. There are no official Supervisor or official Lead positions to advance to outside of the Main Branch unless you were a Lead position from a merger and with no raises the last 5 years, it's hard to keep positive that you will move on from the same position.