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Former Employee - Teller  in  Loveland, CO
Former Employee - Teller in Loveland, CO

I worked at First National Bank Group

Pros

Good hours and friendly people to work with

Cons

Not a lot of advancement opportunities

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    This title is a fancy way of saying "teller"

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    Current Employee - Universal Bank I  in  Greeley, CO
    Current Employee - Universal Bank I in Greeley, CO

    I have been working at First National Bank Group

    Pros

    Positive working environment! Managers are willing to work with your schedule as long as you are also willing to work with the banking hours as well.

    Cons

    Technology and programs are a little outdated and glitchy which can cause a little bit of frustration, especially if it cause an imbalance in cash records.

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    None

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    First National Bank of PA - New Customers reap all the benefits

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    Former Employee - Banker  in  Hermitage, PA
    Former Employee - Banker in Hermitage, PA

    I worked at First National Bank Group

    Pros

    Decent management support and ability to have input on issues important to your work. Management constantly looking for feedback, however at times the result is different than the intention. Decent pay and very good benefits. Bonus payouts can be lucrative, provided they don't change the rules right before your payout.

    Cons

    New customers seem to reap benefits and incentives, while existing customers get nothing. Uniform underwriting is not flexible, and non-traditional customers pay the price. Pay at the lower end of the corporate ladder is terrible, though responsibility levels are through the roof. Opportunities to promote are extremely limited.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Re-focus on your existing customer base and relax the uniformed underwriting. Customers upon which the bank was built should be given consideration rather than the emphasis on new customer.

    Doesn't Recommend
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