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25 days ago

Mortgage Underwriter

Mortgage Bank Denver, CO

Regional Mortgage Lender is Seeking an Experienced Mortgage Underwriter. Position Type: Full-Time/Regular Offsite (Work at Home) Duties Include… Job Board

1 day ago

SBB Relationship Manager Sales Manager – new

U.S. Bank Denver, CO

Recruits, retains, coaches and manages performance of assigned Small Business Bankers. Partners with key individuals in the retail branches to… ClickCast

18 days ago

ACH Specialist 3

U.S. Bank Denver, CO

Your Career is Here. Qualifications: Basic Qualifications - High school diploma or equivalent - Two to four years of experience in clerical or… ClickCast

7 days ago

Project Manager

U.S. Bank Denver, CO

Your Career is Here. Qualifications: Basic Qualifications - Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience - One to three years of experience in… ClickCast

11 days ago

Regional Account Executive

U.S. Bank Denver, CO

Your Career is Here. Qualifications: Basic Qualifications - Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience - Two to three years of sales… ClickCast

7 days ago

SBB Client Manager

U.S. Bank Denver, CO

include: managing credit quality, providing financial advice to customers, identifying and successfully capitalizing on opportunities to deepen… ClickCast

11 days ago

Mid-Market Sales Executive - UT Based. Travel to Colorado and WY.

U.S. Bank Denver, CO

Your Career is Here. Qualifications: Basic Qualifications - Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience - Five to seven years of product… ClickCast

15 days ago

Teller 1- Denver East District

U.S. Bank Denver, CO

At U.S. Bank, we believe in rewarding motivated employees that deliver top performance while following procedural and regulatory rules. You will be… ClickCast

11 days ago

Branch Manager & Sales Leader (In-Store

U.S. Bank Denver, CO

Duties include people management, developing a customer centered branch environment, expert product/service knowledge, partnership with other areas… ClickCast

8 days ago

Universal Banker NMLS 1

U.S. Bank Denver, CO

You will be subject to the required registration process, which includes a criminal background and credit check. Failure to meet or maintain any of… ClickCast

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    Federal Reserve System banking holidays. Counting money all day as though it's a game of Monopoly.


    Bank branch chooses to run skeleton crews; have been severely short-staffed, including being the only teller for hours during the Thanksgiving holiday season (Thanksgiving, Black Friday). Have had a long-line of customers for hours on end, only to have the knave branch manager come out of his office (where he sat on his butt) and watch me over his shoulder while I worked hard to process transactions. The company's probably trying to keep labor hours down; apparently they do this every 4th quarter too. Managers can screw off for hours on end with no oversight, since their boss' are in a centralized location. So long as they meet their quotas then no one in a central location really cares honestly. Basically this is a big heartless company run like a franchise system where so long as branch X meets their sales quotas then no higher-ups seem to care. A large part of this job is actually selling bank products to customers--even as a teller; in fact the company considers you the front-line of selling things and therefore mandates a minimum sales quota. There is an incentives system but that's a laughable joke: for instance should I convince a person to get a credit card with the bank I make $20 if I've already made 12 referrals minimum for the quarter (referrals >12). Think about that. 20 dollars for convincing someone to get a credit card they may have for 10 years. The bank clearly makes a killing off of my workload and yet my pay isn't satisfactory for 10 years. Credit Unions here vary, but can pay 1.5x as much for the same job. Benefits are disgusting: they're only benefits on paper. My medical and pharamacy deductibles are $3,000. Other companies is this area pay less per hour for new tellers, however, start off with more vacation whereas I have just barely a day of vacation (8 hours) . My co-workers are sleazy used-car sales people types or simply trapped longterm into a job, paycheck-to-paycheck. Managers tend to be mediocre as being a manager at the franchise really isn't that fantastic (nor is the pay)--someone is always calling you to ask how many checking accounts your branch has opened for that day, or how many credit cards there are, loans, etc. As if this is something the manager really controls.

    Advice to Management

    Do a better job; stop slacking off. Literally I have a manager who underscores how much I do as a fantastic employee almost breaking my neck, only to tell me to work harder. Clearly this is a totem-pole structure with the oldest/higher number getters at the top. The day I leave you'll probably say that you have no idea why he's leaving. Get rid of the ridiculous sales-quota structure. Do more: just meeting a sales-quota is lame, obviously you don't try hard if there's some lame sales kick-off meeting.

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