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30+ days ago

Financial Sales Officer

Westamerica Bancorporation Merced, CA +2 locations

Develops and implements aggressive business development programs and strategies to grow the assigned market. Leads the sales process including… Glassdoor

22 days ago


Westamerica Bancorporation Merced, CA +2 locations

Join California's 7th largest Commercial Bank. We are looking for outstanding people to join our winning team. We reached our current strength… Glassdoor

14 days ago

CSM - Branch Manager

Westamerica Bancorporation Merced, CA

• Drive bank business through in-branch sales and external business development. • Pursue branch operational integrity through consistent… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Credit Officer

Westamerica Bancorporation Modesto, CA

related to applicant's credit worthiness. Approves or declines loans with terms within their established lending limits. Prepares recommendations… Glassdoor

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David L. Payne
7 Ratings

    Conservative financial institution that could use some fresh blood to break up the issue with long-term managment

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    Former Employee - Teller III
    Former Employee - Teller III

    I worked at Westamerica full-time (more than an year)


    2 Weeks vacation the first year
    Great on-going training program
    Fairly easy access to mid-level management to bring up issues


    They don't recognize talent/skill when they have it.
    Promotions to deserving employees are often passed over for employees with longevity.
    Very low compensation for a very stressful job.
    You won't be forgiven for a big mistake. You make a judgement call that costs the company more than a couple hundred bucks and you'll be sidelined forever--even if it makes the customer the company's #1 supporter.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay attention to what customers actually want.
    Don't force employees to make judgement calls that either lose a customer or lose their job.

    Doesn't Recommend
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