Burn out. If you were unable to meet production goals, even though your error ratio was above average you were the go. This was a the operation center not at a bank. It was never enough and they played favorites.
Morale low but thankful to have a job
Answered - Check Processor (Current Employee) - Hapeville, GA
Did feel great
Answered - ASSISTANT MANAGER (TEAM LEAD) (Former Employee) - Bethlehem, PA
Great. Very laid back boss. Goals are attainable. Promotions are very each if you work hard and are smart.
Hard to get there
Answered - Client Associate/Receptionist (Former Employee) - Asheville, NC
I love this job/position.
It was the best job experience I ever had helping customers save their home.
Answered - Home Preservation Specialist (Former Employee) - Riverside, CA
Stressful due to poor management.
Answered - Home Mortgage Consultant (Former Employee) - Pearland, TX
I enjoyed the work and I enjoyed the customer service.
Answered - Lead Teller (Former Employee) - Birmingham, AL
I don't like repetitive work. It got very boring after a while and i began to dread going to work, but this is in part to the management and crew that was present at the time.
Answered - Teller (Former Employee) - Mission, SD
I felt good, i had a lot of customers, and i was happy to help them succeed financially.
Answered - Licensed Personal Banker (Current Employee) - Miami Beach, FL