Executive Banking Relationship Mgr (Former Employee) – Show Low, AZ – September 24, 2018
Poor follow-up on, in bank employee issues, including bullying and that all negatively affects keeping employees. Pay is below standards and there is no desire to keep employee accounts, they do not offer retired bank employees bank accounts. My Executive Banking job did give me great opportunities to help customers, and give great customer service.
Teller ll (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – July 10, 2018
By far one of the worst places I have ever worked for! Unorganized, they expect you to do everyone’s job but no acknowledgement or compensation, they don’t grant days off, they talk about everyone behind their backs, management brings home life and their multiple relationship status at work (that are with customers). When you voice your option to upper management they basically say if you don’t like it leave. And there are no customers! That says a lot. The turn around in the this bank is unreal.
Work Study Student (Former Employee) – Tucson, AZ – June 19, 2018
Working in this bank gives you a lot of responsibility so it can be overwhelming but all the people there are so caring. They will help you and be there for you. Plus if you learn the work, it can be fun.
Sr Banker (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – June 10, 2018
Health insurance benefits terrible yhey called it preventive care so if you are unhealthy and require medical you 100% of the bill till you hit a very high deductible. Dental/Vision was one lump sum $1500 you pay for all you expenses for your family with this which can run out quick.
Services, sales, operations, training coaching- daily activities
Operation Supervisor (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – March 22, 2018
A good environment and team to work with. Lead and direct staff in operations and sales. Work with diverse clients- problem resolution. Identify products and serves for individuals and business clients to reach goals.
Marketing Project Manager - NB (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 14, 2018
If you are happy being behind a computer and in an office atmosphere, this organization may work for you. If you prefer an 8-5 schedule and don't mind being micro-managed, this company definitely runs on that model. They do offer great benefits and depending on your manager and department the other aspects are also negotiable.
Teller (Former Employee) – Arizona – January 30, 2018
This job started out as a great place to be, I thought it was going to be something I could do for a long time but if you make a mistake management is quick to throw you to the wolves instead of helping you to correct the issue through proper training or other programs. The higher management treats you like you owe them for you having your job, therefore you need to do as they say or else.
Personal Banker (Former Employee) – Payson, AZ – January 24, 2018
Each day as a teller and or personal banker was spent interacting with the customers. I enjoyed the customer service and problem solving that my job required. The team we had when we were fully staffed was fun to work with and got along well. We had potlucks, parties for birthdays and Christmas and everyone was involved. The hardest part was when people started to leave, were transferred out or laid off. The culture of banking has changed over the last 20 years from customer service as your primary concern to a sell sell sell atmosphere with unattainable goals which put stress on the employees and customer service no longer was priority.