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  1. "Sales Assistant"

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      Current Employee - Sales Assistant in Chicago, IL

      I have been working at Bank of America full-time for more than 2 years

      Pros

      Good benefit and health care plan

      Cons

      Too many management layers to navigate

    • "Registered Sales Assistant"

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      Former Employee - Registered Sales Assistant in Portland, OR
      Recommends
      Positive Outlook
      Approves of CEO

      I worked at Bank of America full-time for more than 6 years

      Pros

      Being treated like an adult

      Cons

      FA's have too much power.

      Advice to Management

      Better pay can get more loyalty.

    • "Home Loans"

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      Current Employee - Sales Assistant 
      Recommends
      Positive Outlook
      Approves of CEO

      I have been working at Bank of America full-time for more than 9 years

      Pros

      Bank of America Home Loans has had issues with meeting closing dates. A new fulfillment executive, along with a drastic decrease in refinance transactions, is changing that. Mortgage Loan Officers have a marketing tool (LenderOffice) that efficiently and effectively regularly touches their past and potential clients and referral sources. Contacts become the property of the company, though. In other words, the database...

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      Cons

      The company is very concerned with regulations and with the protection of non-public personal information (customers' SSN's, DOB's, credit reports, etc.). This is understandable and admirable. Just be aware there is periodic training on applicable regulations, and weekly NPI inspections. Bank of America is a huge company with many layers and mid-level managers. The culture doesn't fit with everyone.

    • "It was a job,not a career"

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      Former Employee - Registered Sales Assistant in Tampa, FL
      Doesn't Recommend
      No opinion of CEO

      I worked at Bank of America

      Pros

      Benefits and bank culture, nice people to work with, perks such as childcare stipend, decent products to offer, great hours

      Cons

      "not my job" attitudes, technology is horrible, some co workers are lazy or should just simply retire, clueless or noncaring attitude of some of the advisors and management.

      Advice to Management

      some of the management had a bad attitude. The branch manager was great, but dealing with the manager below was an absolute nightmare

    • "Great company, minor changes needed"

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      Current Employee - Registered Sales Assistant 
      Recommends
      Approves of CEO

      I have been working at Bank of America

      Pros

      BAI is able to leverage the massive strength of Bank of America behind it, which enables its employees to take advantage of the great benefits and resources.

      Cons

      Limited career development and channels- you either sell (contribute to the bottom line) or you support/manage those who do. Even though this is a brokerage division of a larger bank, there are still the many bureaucratic rules and regulations and performance measurements of the Bank that other brokerage firms do not have to fulfill.

      Advice to Management

      Enable leaders and management to empower their employees, and to help them find promotional opportunities within this department and the Bank as well. Keep up the associate feedback surveys and listening sessions, and keep making changes to satisfy your employees. Pay employees well and for the type of work you expect them to produce.

    • "Sales Assistant"

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      Former Employee - Sales Assistant in

      I worked at Bank of America full-time for more than 4 years

      Pros

      Great benefits, lots of paid days off, salary range was okay. It was a great work office environment, lots of very nice people to work with.

      Cons

      There were too many layers of management, so it made it hard to try and communicate to anyone in upper management.

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