Sr. Analyst/Developer IV (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – December 13, 2018
Management is a little out of touch, but mostly ok. We are going to open seating which most of us career IT developers/team leads are not looking forward to. All new positions are supposed to be filled from India unless business case can be made to fill from US talent pool.
Unrealistic Goals and Out of Touch Upper Management
Team Lead (Former Employee) – Arkansas – December 14, 2018
Half of the branches in the company are short-staffed, and the fully staffed branches are forced to cover the shorthanded ones, which leaves everybody shorthanded and overworked, yet upper management does not understand why tellers are not making more telemarketing calls. Whoever is coming up with these asinine decisions must live in a fairytale land. Regions Bank officially went full-blown stupid in 2018.
Learned About General Banking
Cut-Throat Environment and Disconnected Upper Management
Hr (Current Employee) – Birmingham, AL – December 10, 2018
Regions really does treat its associates very well. The culture is unlike anything that I have been exposed to. Every year there is a week called Evergreen Week where the focus is thanking the employees. Great environment.
Teller 3 (Former Employee) – Pelham, AL – December 3, 2018
Working for Regions was a cool job. Meeting new people everyday. Regions treats the employees really well. The hours are good the off days and good. The only con is that in Atlanta Regions banks are very far apart.
I was working in the call center I have a lot of fun. at the beginning was overwhelming but you have a lot of Supervisor and coach helping you all the way. Unfortunately for me the call center was to far from i relocated so i wasn't able to work for them no more.
Slow paced environment and needs to become more innovative with technology
Branch Manager, Assistant Vice President (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – November 30, 2018
The environment is very relaxed and a lot of employees take advantage of the sick time that is allotted to every employee. There is not much corrective action that takes place because everything goes through HR and employees take advantage of that.
Branch Service Leader\Branch Financial Specialist (Current Employee) – Dunedin, FL – November 28, 2018
I was a Branch Service Leader with Regions for 4 years. The job was eliminated this year and I am now a Financial Consultant. I have found aspects of the job that I like, but feel that all the time spent on coaching BSL to be leaders in the company has fallen flat and are expertise is no longer needed.
Finance Manager (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – November 28, 2018
The new open office floor-plan is a real detriment to personal productivity. It does increase collaboration, but people who need quiet for their jobs are out of luck if you are working at the downtown headquarters.
Regions has the worst turn over rate. They don’t care about their employee’s and their raises are laughable at 5-25¢ annually. Also, be prepared for a high stress environment with little to no reward or recognition. They continually put more work on you with little time to make your actual goals. They’re constantly pulling consultants behind the teller line because they can’t keep any employees, and still expect you to meet all goals regardless.
Teller Specialist (Former Employee) – Gardendale, AL – November 23, 2018
nice place to work. I felt for the length of time I was employed there I was terminated unnecessarily, and Regions could have tried to place me in another department if they felt a teller position wasn't right for me longer.
Teller III (Former Employee) – Montgomery, AL – November 21, 2018
I started at Regions in 2015, and I loved it! My coworkers at each location I worked at over the span of 2-3 years, were amazing! I had an awesome work, life, and school balance while in college. Towards the end of my time there, there were changes being made that might have had a negative impact on the perspective/future of Regions, but I loved every moment of my time there.