Provident Credit Union Jobs & Careers in Belmont, CA

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30+ days ago

Product Specialist

Provident Credit Union Redwood City, CA

This position is responsible for maintaining existing products and services and ensuring that all marketing, sales, and training material is up to… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Branch Manager

Provident Credit Union Redwood City, CA

of this position are to lead, develop and maintain a team committed to the sales, service and revenue objectives of the Credit Union. The Branch… Beyond.com


11 days ago

Personal Account Officer

Provident Credit Union San Jose, CA

in an environment that lets you expand your professional career, then let us hear from you. We'd love to have you onboard. As a Personal Account… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Member Service Representative (Teller) - PT

Provident Credit Union Los Gatos, CA

The Member Service Representative (MSR) will have a strong working knowledge of Credit Union products and services with the primary responsibility… Glassdoor


Provident Credit Union Reviews

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Wayne Bunker
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    They will milk you for every ounce of production and never give you a raise.

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    Former Employee - Assistant Manager
    Former Employee - Assistant Manager

    I worked at Provident Credit Union full-time

    Pros

    Good medical and vision benefits for the employee, but not dependents. I was fortunate to hire and work with great employees, but management and above is a complete joke.

    Cons

    Provident Credit Union does not have the credit union mentality at all! They do not appreciate their employees and do not do much to support their communities. Upper management openly states their philosophy that any employee is replaceable but then is angry at the high rate of turnover. No matter how well you do, you are always under the microscope and the company will always demand MORE MORE MORE. They will carry as few staff as possible and demand an unreasonable amount of sales production from each employee - the sales goals go up every year and the compensation goes down. Many of the sales goals contradict each other so it is virtually impossible to meet all your goals, making it impossible to avoid scrutiny from upper management. Salaried employees are expected to work 10 hours a day and sometimes 6 days a week. Good luck actually being able to use your PTO. Also, they do not give annual raises. The only way to get a raise is to get promoted (an extremely difficult feat since they do not promote within), and if you do manage to get a promotion, you will likely regret taking it.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Learn how to value your employees. Say what you mean and mean what you say. Stop managing by fear.

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