HELP DESK REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – March 14, 2018
Working there is stressful and some of the members are the worst. Some managers are eager to help while others don't want to be bother. Working there you have to be open and down for everything. If you have kids I don't think it would be a good fit, because they are very inconsiderate
Senior Teller (Former Employee) – Vero Beach, FL – April 2, 2018
If you like that constant ever changing, never knowing what to expect from day to day, then this is the place for you! Salary not commensurate with experience for the type of work performed. No flexibility in hours.
productive friendly, always goes above and beyond for memebers
MSR (Former Employee) – Lakeland, FL – January 11, 2018
High volume of members all day, large transactions, vault teller, supply orders, answering phones, account research, helping members in any way possible, training and helping other employees, meeting goals every quarter and everything I know now about the finance world I learned from working at Midflorida CU
Teller (Current Employee) – Lakeland, FL – August 29, 2017
Put a lot of responsibility on it's employees and keeps reducing our incentive referral payout and check holds. I enjoy the working with the employees, but there is a lot of drama. I like being a teller, but it has changed a lot. I love the interaction with our members. I don't feel like management likes to hear the cons with our jobs, only the pros.
Benefits are good, but insurance premium has gone up drastically in the last year and this year
Not scheduled hours, and more demanding on referrals
TELLER/TELLER ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – Bay Pines, FL – June 29, 2017
MidFlorida is not a bad place to work, everyone from your area branch manger and all the way up to the CEO are overly welcoming to everyone new to the company, and extremely nice. Everyone is extremely patient when comes to training. There nothing really bad to say about the company, other than that some locations may be a little busier than other locations.
Great culture but the hours change often. No saturdays off
Peak-Time Bank Teller (Current Employee) – Lakeland, FL – June 23, 2017
I really enjoy working at MidFlorida. The culture and the people there are extremely helpful and welcoming. . The only thing I can complain about is that scheduling is done on a week by week basis, where you receive the schedule the Wednesday or Thursday before. Also, you work every Saturday.
Great employer to work for with room to increase knowledge
Teller Manager (Former Employee) – Midflorida Credit Union – November 25, 2016
Typical day at work was very busy and productive. Everyday I had the opportunity to learn something new. Management was very cooperative with my decisions as a teller manager. The hardest part of the job was when all avenues had been exhausted to stay within policy and be able to help the members. The most enjoyable part of my job was meeting new members and employees everyday and given the opportunity to give the WOW factor.
Teller Manager (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – November 14, 2016
A typical day at MidFlorida Credit Union is pretty fast paced depending what day of the week it is. Co-Workers are also a big part of your day whether it's good or bad, their influence is everything. The hardest part of the day is making sure you keep a big smile on your face at all times, because you can't wear your feelings on your sleeve when working with Customers/Members face to face on a daily basis.
Lack of respect from management as well as minimal potential for growth
Teller (Current Employee) – Tampa, FL – September 25, 2016
Great place to work, and very flexible with scheduling and hours. Great members and a good company to work for. Very informative on the banking industry and took a long time to train and make sure you were set as an employee.
Member Service Officer (Former Employee) – Lakeland, FL – August 13, 2016
Working in a banking atmosphere has its busy and slow days. I greatly enjoyed working with all of my coworkers, they were extremely encouraging on the off days and with getting through our quarterly goals. Each branch tends to have a family atmosphere about it. My favorite part of working there was the face to face interactions with all of my members that would come in.
It was an opportunity for growth and sharpening my people skills
Peak Time Teller (Former Employee) – Lakeland, FL – July 14, 2015
Working at one of the busiest branches for my Credit Union, most days we were packed and trying to move members in and out. While on those days we were not so busy, we could take more time with our members and really get to know them.
One the stronger aspects of the credit union was the rate in which they promoted people, if you had the desire they would reward you. I had seen many of my fellow tellers promoted one or two times while I was there. Which meant that most of its management was home-grown, they had worked as tellers and or loan officers before being promoted to manager, the knew all aspects of the job.
I did love my time at Midflorida, from the members to my fellow tellers, it was a job that I never dreaded to wake up and come to in the morning, it was something I looked forward to walk into, get out my drawer and begin helping someone. I would highly recommend it to anyone living in western and central Florida.