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16 days ago

Residential Loan Processing Supervisor

Associated Bank Elgin, IL

Under general direction, supervise colleagues supporting front line sales in the compilation and verification of documentation necessary to evaluate…

30+ days ago

Relationship Banker (Bi-lingual)

Associated Bank Elgin, IL

Under direct supervision of the Bank Manager, the successful colleague will be responsible for selling Associated Bank products to existing customers…

23 days ago

Senior Bank Manager

Associated Bank-Corp Crystal Lake, IL

Direct bank sales activities, establishes sales goals and activities to attain new customer relationships and retain and grow existing relationships…

5 days ago

Residential Loan Officer CRA

Associated Bank-Corp Aurora, IL

Responsible for the origination of regulatory compliant residential loan applications, particularly for low and moderate income borrowers and in low…

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    Was excited at first but learned quickly

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Associated Banc-Corp


    -Decent PTO amounts
    -Company Match
    -Pension Plan
    -Made some friends


    -Upper management plays favorites. It is a 'good ol boys club'
    -If you quit before you earn what PTO you use it gets deducted from your last check.
    -They charge you a big fee when you roll over your 401k after you leave the company
    -Pay is a joke. People were amazed when I told them I only made 12.50 an hour with an unattainable bonus structure and horribly strict merit increase policy. My wife was a TELLER at a local credit union and got 3 raises a year and profit sharing and ended up making 14 an hour as a teller while I was still at 12.50 an hour for the first 2 and a half years.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay a living wage based on the actual cost of living in the markets you serve.

    Care more about employees and you can still have a stock price that your shareholders can handle. Its not all about the shareholder, FYI... Realize that.