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4 days ago

Business Line Risk Manager

US Bank Brookfield, WI

Responsible for managing, monitoring, and coordinating risk management projects for assigned business line(s). Predicts the level of risk, develops… US Bank

4 days ago

Application Systems Administrator 2

US Bank Brookfield, WI

U.S. Bank is seeking a detail-oriented Application Systems Administrator with system configuration and data integrity experience to contribute toward… US Bank

2 days ago

Personal Banker 1 - Menomonee Falls (40 hrs) – new

US Bank Menomonee Falls, WI

may include consumer loan originating and closing, account opening, safe deposit transactions, and branch opening/closing procedures. Refers other… US Bank

3 days ago

Financial Advisor – new

US Bank Mequon, WI

Your Career is Here. Basic Qualifications - Bachelor's degree in business, accounting, economics or finance, or equivalent work experience - Three… US Bank

1 day ago

PCG Private Banker 1 - NMLS – new

US Bank Mequon, WI

include relationship management, financial planning, development of a deep understanding of the clients’ current financial status and future… US Bank

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    If you need insurance it's an ok place to work

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Insurance Case Manager in Milwaukee, WI
    Current Employee - Insurance Case Manager in Milwaukee, WI

    I have been working at U.S. Bank


    They give alot of verbal kudos but do not give the raises to go along with the performance.


    Raises are under 3% and are not to be expected. A new hire would be hired making more money then a person who had been there longer with experience. The people training the new hires make less then the new hires, goes to show that they are good enough employees to train the new hires but not to pay them as so.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Give the good employees raises and cut the non performers short. It should not be across the board 3%. Also 3% is nothing for someone who worked hard to get somewhere.

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