Manager (Current Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT - November 11, 2019
Work to home life is encroached upon frequently. Executive management is fixated on their bottom line without a concerned of whom below is affected. Promotions are granted to those who fit a certain image.
IT Manager (Current Employee) - West Valley City, UT - October 29, 2019
Zions Bancorporation is a solid company to work for. The best thing to me is the work/life balance, they are very flexible and for my position, I have the option to work remote which really helps. However, don't expect them to be on the cutting edge of technology. They are about 10-15 years behind in technology.
Stressful work enviroment with unclear future objectives
VP, REGIONAL COMPLIANCE MANAGER (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV - October 23, 2019
Zions tends to have a lot of stress attached to their job positions. At times management is under qualified to perform their necessary duties. Many tasks are unnecessary and the company does have a lot of meetings where things don't always get completed and are wasteful.
Call Center Representative (Former Employee) - Saint George, UT 84770 - September 27, 2019
It seems like a job to just get you by. I personally just cannot do call centers. The work environment was laid back. Management was kind. Overall just not what I see myself doing for longer than a year
It was ok as long as you were friends with management.
Account Operations IV Lead (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV - September 23, 2019
Management does not have you back and keeps you in the dark about everything. They promote their own friends to positions they are not qualified for. Management discuss's other employees performance with non management employees.
Teller I (Former Employee) - Eureka, NV - September 8, 2019
Bank teller work is more than counting cash, depositing & withdrawing money for customers. There are Federal regulations to maintain and details that are an absolute must. Of course, every customer "client" thinks you can just do whatever it is that they need or want done. They get upset beyond words if you don't or can't. The co-workers that I had were great ! We were diverse and daily work was challenging but we pulled each other up everyday! Excellent learning process and I was blessed with great team leader and co-workers that helped me think or catch me before I made huge mistakes. I miss them but I missed my home state of Texas and family more!
Benefits and growth potential
Constant changes in regulations...must learn & must do!
IT Specialist (Current Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT - August 31, 2019
I love working for Zions Bank. Management is very understanding, and they have a great work/life balance here. I finally feel like I’m at a job I feel secure with. I love being able to provide for my family but still be part of their lives and experiences.
Client Account Service Associate (Former Employee) - Salt Lake City - August 22, 2019
I worked there for over 10 years and they eliminated the position I was in. They did not help me find other employment. I went into a very cold meeting with my boss and an HR employee where they told me I no longer had a job and sent me on my way, crying down the elevator. I emailed HR several times with severance and other questions and was ignored and spoken to like I was fired.