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Opportunity for young, ambitious people, regardless of education or background.

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Former Employee - Personal Banker II  in  Hurst, TX
Former Employee - Personal Banker II in Hurst, TX

I worked at First National Bank Texas part-time for less than a year

Pros

The sky is the limit. There are senior executives with no college experience that started out at the very bottom of the company. The only thing stopping you in this company is yourself. If moving up in this company is not for you, many other banks and stores LOVE hiring from First National Bank and First Convenience Bank, due to the large amount of financial, customer service, product, and sales skills you will gain.

Cons

Until you reach a specialized officer or executive position, most of your job is based on aggressive sales goals. Pay is not competitive with other banks or stores such as Walmart or Target. Moving up here is about passion for the company; if pay is your concern, you can use it as a stepping stone into management.

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    My experience at First National Bank Texas / First Convinience Bank

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    Current Employee - Personell Banker III  in  Round Rock, TX
    Current Employee - Personell Banker III in Round Rock, TX

    I have been working at First National Bank Texas full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    The intranet was very helpfull, promotions were very easy to get, the managers where very friendly all the way up to the regional level. There was alot of incentives.

    Cons

    Working there involved alot of gossip, alot of unprofessionalism, and it seemed as the criteria for being employed there was kind of low. I dont think the training was the best either but it wasnt the worst although I woudl question some of the knowlege of some of the staff Im guessing because of the high turn over. The health insurance was extemly expensive is not worth the money.

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO
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    challenging sales requirement, poor training, fun customers and hardworking coworkers

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Lewisville, TX
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Lewisville, TX

    I worked at First National Bank Texas

    Pros

    Experience as a teller, personal banker, vault, ATM and Coin machine responsibility, lots of physical activity..keeps the energy going..and opportunity to be promoted into a management style that focuses primarily on accounts opened and not accounts saved.

    Cons

    Long hours, expected to come in on vacation or personal days to reach branch sales goal, high turnover rate makes regular customers frustrated and adds onto work load

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Offer leadership and team building exercises or workshops ...ask a professional that has experience in facilitating those types of workshops and recognition for those performing well in operations not just sales....Sales is very important yet without operations running smoothly it makes for a tough environment and stop changing things every week...think of your employees that are in a really busy branch....how much time they have to read through the daily FCB updates ...

    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO
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