- Comp & Benefits
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- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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There is plenty of room for growth and tons of training. If you want to move up you can. That is told to you from the beginning. Benefits are great, profit sharing bonus, 401k we have a great team at our branch. we have great customers too!
Tellers aren't paid as much as some banks. They should be paid more. It does cause a lot of turnover.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online – interviewed at Arvest Holdings.
Group interview, but they did not mention that upfront. No one-on-one interview. Interviewed for part-time position, which I was most interested in. They asked if we "would possibly be interested" in a full-time position and I said yes (why would I say no except to hold myself back from future opportunities?). They claim this was the reason I did not get an offer. In reality, I was overqualified, and the manager couldn't even think of any interview feedback to give me. I'm glad I didn't get the job because it would be difficult for me to have a boss that cannot be upfront and honest with me.
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Arvest Bank Group operates more than 240 locations in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Through Arvest Bank, it provides traditional services such as checking and savings accounts, CDs, and credit cards. The bank's lending activities mainly consist of commercial real estate loans, residential mortgages, and business, construction, and consumer loans. The group maintains a decentralized structure of about 15 individually chartered banks; local managers and directors control lending decisions and deposit rates in many communities. Descendants of Wal-Mart founder Sam...