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I have been working at TCF Financial (More than 5 years)
Company promotes from within and it's easier to move up. The company does give you a fair chance to succeed in the job and there is a lot of positions within the company. If you're a business major then the company offers to help you with school while you're with them.
They change their main focus quite a bit and expect quite a bit of production that doesn't support the markets we're in. Sometimes the job can be quite stressful and with all the changes that happen so quickly, its easy to be left behind. The pay isn't very good compared to other companies
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at TCF Financial (Minnetonka, MN) in April 2011.
Passed through the phone interview screening process and then got called to go to the Minnetonka office to meet with VP of Credit and VP of TCF Financial. They asked basic questions and told me about the company. I asked them many questions which impressed them. Didn't get offer because of age but the interview process was fairly easy. No behavioral based questions.
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TCF Financial is the holding company for TCF National Bank, which offers retail and small-business services through an ever-expanding branch network. It has some 450 locations mainly in Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, but has been pushing into faster-growing states like Arizona and Colorado. TCF provides standard services such as checking and savings accounts, CDs, consumer and business loans, mortgages, and insurance, as well as leasing and equipment financing; it is also a leading issuer of Visa debit cards. Residential mortgages account for nearly half of ...