Public Service Credit Union (Colorado)
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I worked at Public Service Credit Union (Colorado) (more than an year)Pros
-Banker hours are nice
-PTO, paid holidays, no Sundays
-You may get lucky and land at a branch with great management (then again, you may not)
-Members are amazing and have life stories they will share. They will love you and be loyal to you & PSCU.Cons
-New changes have started and are planned to continue, so there is micromanaging out the wazoo.
-There will be 'dedicated' call nights and you have NO say, even if they spring up the week before.
-HR & Upper management are a joke. Everyone looks the other way even if they've been alerted of ethical issues by branch managers.
-Inconsistency with "policies" and rules. They say one thing, but the next week fire someone over the opposite. Double standards and favoritism are very common.
-Sell, sell, sell!!! Overnight this place decided to become a bank. And if you can't adjust, you can't hang. Get up to speed fast or pack your things.
-Oh, this place may affect your health unless you work well under strenuous stress. But sorry, they won't care.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Length of time employed with you doesn't equate to quality of the employee. Get a grip and stop turning the other way when ethical issues are prevalent in the workplace.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO