RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
The best thing about working here were the relationships that I made. Learned many skills that helped beef up my resume. Also, learned how to deal with real life financial situation and how to deal with customers.
Salary and benefits. Very expensive and not enough options were offer for people who pro-health. Because a considerable amount of the folks have medical issues/situations it seems that the people who are healthy have to pay higher premium with the majority just because this is the best the company can do.
Advice to Management
Know who your hard workers are and please take good care of them. Know who your lazy workers are and please kick them to the curb. If you think it's better to keep to avoid legal/what ever drama you think will happen. Just do the department a favor and get rid of them. They are sucking the life out of the department.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Westamerica.
I would never work for this company!! Went through several interviews for a CSM position in the Bay Area. Recruiters are amazing and the district manager is an awesome person, however the regional manager is an older person stuck with a 1950's mentality. Mind you I have over 10 years experience as an accomplished manager she was stuck on the fact that I had changed banks 3 times in a 10 year time frame. The process was 6 months because they couldn't make up their minds. I'm so glad I didn't join them, I just wished I didn't waste all this time!!
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Annie get your checkbook? Maybe not as wild as Buffalo Bill's West, but Westamerica Bancorporation still shoots high with its subsidiary Westamerica Bank. The bank operates about 100 branches in Northern and Central California. It offers individuals and businesses such standard fare as checking and savings accounts, as well as electronic banking, trust services, and credit cards. It focuses on the banking needs of small businesses; business loans and commercial mortgages together account for more than half of the company's loan portfolio. Westamerica Bank ...