U.S. Bank
3.2 of 5 1,180 reviews
www.usbank.com Minneapolis, MN 5000+ Employees

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What a great company!

Teller (Current Employee)
Cedar Rapids, IA

I have been working at U.S. Bank

Prosroom to advance in career, motivated co-workers and managers, strong community banking bonds, great customer service.

Conspoor pay for responsibilities of tellers, minimal bonus'

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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Overworked. Stressed.

Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)
Saint Louis, MO

I have been working at U.S. Bank


Pros: Make a difference in people's lives every day. Company sponsored happy hours almost every… Cons: No work life balance (average 70 hours a week) Supervisors won't let you make lateral moves if you don't want to advance in your current… Advice to Senior Management: We need to stop working with bad partners. We need to… More

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my experience here at us bank in nanagable

Senior Banker (Current Employee)
San Pedro, CA

I have been working at U.S. Bank


Pros: it has felxible hours for school students Cons: long days for instore bankers More

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