If you enjoy working for micromanagers who don’t listen to or encourage new employee ideas, then by all means work at northwest. If you enjoy an unnecessarily strict dress code that dictates what to wear all the way down to acceptable clothing materials, then work for northwest bank. If you enjoy working for pennies while the continue to become top heavy and hire EVPs with bloated salaries, then work for northwest bank. If you don’t value your free time and want to put in extra hours without extra compensation or recognition, then work for northwest bank
If, however, you value your time and talents and want to work for a company where you’re not only valued but aren’t treated like a number, then do yourself a favor and don’t work for northwest bank.
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Terrible pay, keep taking away from our “benefits”, which weren’t great to begin with, outdated dress code, good ol’ boys syndrome, stuck in their ways, refuse to change and adapt to the new millennium, aren’t accepting of others, cliquey, not flexible with working hours or work from home.