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great team low pay
Relationship Manager (Former Employee) –  Milford, CTJune 6, 2019
Worked in busy branch and opened accounts on the line. The pay was low for what you had to do and the hours were late. Other than that the team was great and work place too.
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Awsome work place with friendly people
Call Center Representative (Former Employee) –  Bridgeport, CTJuly 6, 2019
You wont regret working here, from regular reps to managers and supervisors everyone is friendly. If we had a location in the GA I would certainly keep my position. Easy going call center, mostly friendly customers with the possibility of sales commission opportunity and all.
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unorganized and poor management
Senior Commercial Lending Processor (Former Employee) –  Melville, NYJuly 2, 2019
No structure and management was not helpful. I was hired to assist another processor who left shorty after I started. Leaving me to fend for myself.....................................................................
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