- Madison, WI
- 501 to 1000 Employees
- 2 Locations
- Type: Nonprofit Organization
- Founded in 1931
- Revenue: $100 to $500 million (USD)
- Banking & Lending
Allison O'Grady - Learning & Development Manager facilitates Crucial Conversations So honored to have this wonderful group of uwcu colleagues in my first experience facilitating Crucial Conversations ® Do something that terrifies you- facilitating 15 hours of content in two days is no joke. if I can do it, you can. It was worth the risk to promote healthy workplace culture and I learned so much. #growthmindset #iwork4uwcu
Meretta Heckman Assistant Branch Manager volunteers at Shelter From The Storm Had a fantastic time volunteering at Shelter from the Storm today! 😊 I love being able to serve my community with team members from every pocket of UW Credit Union. Thank you Tyler Shaub for organizing a great day full of hard work and puppies!
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- Anonymous Employee in Madison, WIDeclined OfferNegative ExperienceAverage InterviewApplication
I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at UW Credit Union (Madison, WI)
InterviewMost of the interview process went well. I started with a phone screening with the HR recruiter. Then scheduled an interview with 2 managers. Each went well. About a week later I received a call offering me the position. We discussed pay, PTO, benefits etc. The manager who called could not answer many of these questions and said it would be best to talk to the HR recruiter about the specifics questions. He indicated she would follow up with the formal written offer and would be able to review the questions/concerns I had. The pay he offered was lower than the original job posting had stated, so that was one major concern. After another week I final got the written "offer". But it was actually an acceptance letter. Which, I had never accepted the position, as I still had the concerns over pay, pto etc which hadn't been addressed. I contacted HR to go over my concerns. She couldn't answer the question or tell be what PTO was included in the offer just that it was based on hours work (apparently she didn't know how much per hour worked). I also asked to review salary. The letter she sent indicated the job was now at a lower grade than initially advertised and so the pay was lower. I asked to negotiate pay as my experience qualified me for the higher level. She indicated she would discuss this with the hiring manager and get back to me. The next day I got an email from them saying the were rescinding the offer and looking for another candidate. The following day I saw the job re-posted. I've never heard of a company rescinding an offer just because you ask to negotiate the salary.Interview
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- Top Workplaces USA 2023, Top Workplaces, 2023
- Best Places to Work for LGBTQ Equality, Corporate Equality Index, The Human Rights Campaign Foundation, 2022
- Top Workplaces USA 2021, Top Workplaces, 2021
- Best Places to Work for LGBTQ Equality, Corporate Equality Index, The Human Rights Campaign Foundation, 2021
- Top Workplaces, Wisconsin State Journal, 2019
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