There are some good points and bad points. The good points are that they seem interested in improving their products and services, have a professional environment, and they provide good benefits. On the other hand, there are too many meetings, the workload is heavy, and there are a lot of bureaucratic tie-ups that get in your way.
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.