As an Intern at People's United Bank you should expect two major work traits; those being consistency and repetition. In my experience the managers would explain the basics of the work they'd expect from you and then essentially leave you to be. For the majority of my time there the manner of my work could basically be considered a complex matching game. The work is very tedious at times! The managers do not easily allow you to work on more complex and important projects. The culture at this job is at sometimes enjoyable but mainly employees stay within there small groups and don't socialize. You will learn a how to operate and manipulate a healthy amount of relevant computer programs; which I'm hoping will prove useful in future position within the field. Overall, this job is perfect for those who are looking to make an entrance into the field.
People's United is a decent place to work. There is a heavy emphasis on training and education. Senior Leadership is accessable and genuinly wants the best for its employees.
The hardest part about working here is the bank is always in transition. The business model is based on M and A. When People's aquires a new bank it is often felt throughout the foot print. Preperation for aquisitions does not feel adequate and many suffer for it.
Ultimately a great place to work but you must be prepared for what can be a very chaotic atmosphere at times. Must be self directed and willing to deal with change.