I worked at Pacific International Bank full-time for more than 3 years
Pros – Friendly coworkers and executives, decent benefit(100% covered health care),, good location( main office-easy access from the highway Interstate-5)
Cons – Few experienced mid-level staffs, many veteran senior executives, Lots of inexperienced entry level employees.No decent company-wide training program for them. The company exercises respectful HR policy("promoting from within"), but former tellers can't always provide best outcome.
Advice to Senior Management – I respected the Promoting from within policy- giving young staffs an opportinity to grow and cutting salary expenses sametime. But sometimes, Experienced experts are required to get the job done.
2012-05-27 16:58 PDT
I have been working at Pacific International Bank
Pros – It has good benefits and the people are pretty friendly.
Provide lunches a couple times a week.
Good place to start out at.
Cons – It's difficult to move up without being fluent in Korean.
The training is not very extensive.
Wage might be a little disappointing
2011-05-17 20:36 PDT
I worked at Pacific International Bank
Pros – Good people to work with, friendly atmosphere, almost guaranteed to work exactly 40 hours a week, good opportunities to learn about banking in general, cheap lunch provided albeit only limited to Korean cuisine
Cons – criminally low salary, needy (sometimes even rude) customers, the company is pretty much underemployed all around. Not too much support for training
Advice to Senior Management – Please pay more to your employees. They need to feed themselves as well. Also, please care more for your own employees' growth.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2010-04-12 21:09 PDT
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