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HR Business Partner

Ally Financial Orland Park, IL

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Credit Associate

Ally Financial Orland Park, IL

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Commercial Portfolio Analyst

Ally Financial Orland Park, IL

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30+ days ago

Underwriting Assistant- Admin

Ally Financial Orland Park, IL

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30+ days ago

Automotive Mechanical Claims Specialist

Ally Financial Itasca, IL

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OEM Account Executive- Elgin/Champaign

Ally Financial Chicago, IL

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Growth Account Executive- Springfield

Ally Financial Chicago, IL

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30+ days ago

Accounting Analyst

Ally Financial Itasca, IL

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Automotive Mechanical Claims Specialist

Ally Financial Itasca, IL

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    Commercial Credit Analyst

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    Former Employee - Commercial Credit Analyst  in  Orland Park, IL
    Former Employee - Commercial Credit Analyst in Orland Park, IL

    I worked at Ally Financial full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    I enjoyed working with the people there, everyone that I worked with was nice and respectful.

    Cons

    There is a high level of favoritism amongst management in regards to who gets promoted or not.

    There is a very high level of subjectivity in regards to how your performance is reviewed (this is how they continue to promote those they like versus those that deserve).

    Regardless of the favoritism there is no real opportunities to grow professionally, they give you meaningless "data entry" projects and they call that a development opportunity.

    The company has some major financial challenges and is selling allot of its assets.

    Because of these things people are leaving this organization in droves.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop investing so much time in spinning the truth and invest that time in to addressing the real challenges of this company.

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