Banking Center Manager II, AVP (Former Employee) – Los Altos, CA – 10 August 2012
I started working at Bank of America as a part-time Teller while going to school full-time! The atmosphere was great! I loved my Banking Center Manager and knew that soon I'd be managing my own branch! I was great at what I did! Exceeded my sales goals and was always the top in all competitions. At the age of twenty-two, I was promoted to managing! I loved the training programs in place which prepared me to run my own branch. I learned a lot from my co-workers as well as my Market Managers. I learned so much about managing at Bank of America. I had learned to become a well-rounded manager by knowing about auditing, sales, operations, human resources, and much more. I had become a part-time student due to working full-time. Bank of America paid for my entire school. They were very supportive and encouraged me to complete my education. After almost eight years of service at Bank of America I met my soon-be-husband. We had plans of moving to his hometown of Arizona. However I wanted to complete my undergraduate career and earn my bachelors degree. We decided that in order to do this in a timely manner, I had to resign from Bank of America. This was a hard decision. Bank of America was very good to me. Not only did I grow as a person but I accomplished many of my dreams while working there. I had purchased two homes and gained knowledge that would take me years to learn elsewhere.
job growth, recognition, tuition reimbursement, health benefits, vacation benefits, pay for performance, etc
Software quality assurance consultant (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 February 2017
. Days are different and teams are different but working with most teams have been fun and learning. We have had very SHARING development team which helped resolve matters fast. .Enjoyable is 'everything' - projects, people interaction, new knowledge gained. I am curious to learn - in depth knowledge seeker. . Management is very well organized but the usual 'project cost cut and cancellations by business partners affected us all. .Hard part is "change in requirements in the last moment and having to re do work, unpractical time lines . Learned at work is - you make yourself happy by sharing the knowledge. (my production - business knowledge was valuable to co team, development and even some management who knew not much of the business side)
Collections Agent (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 January 2017
The hardest part of the job when you try to make the customer how credit card works and customer don't understands. I have learned a lot about credit cards and experienced a lot from understanding from customers life event.
Customer/ Financial Service Representative (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 August 2016
A regular day at my current job would consist of routine work however given the role is customer and financial assistance, there is always a chance for challenges. The workplace has a welcoming environment which is helpful when needed but also allows one to independently perform.
Credit Card Compliance and Collection Specialist (Former Employee) – North York, ON – 31 May 2016
Its an excellent opportunity to work with Bank of America outsource. They are very helpful and respectable to response. The training programmer is awesome. Co worker are friendly to help each other. The hardest part is to deal with difficult customer. Enjoyable part is to have nice colleague around me.
productive always felt like family excellent business
Supervisor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 October 2015
working at zakho convenience felt like it was my own, never was troubled ensure work was done. my co-workers were like family we all got along. management was understanding thru all situations, I would say everyday s a hard day but as we all worked as a team we got thru everything together.
Team Leader (Current Employee) – New Delhi – 14 October 2015
I would recommend experienced professionals to join this company. One the best place to work if you have joined the company as experienced professional. Technology and Management training to employees enhance their skill sets .
Various Positions (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 12 September 2015
I started my job with this company in an entry level position that included reasonable compensation, the ability to gain extensive bonus' and real room for advancement through hard work.
I eventually moved into a management and then a high level support position.
I learned new ways to communication both with a customer and internally with colleagues, other company co-workers and management from reporting Supervisor to CEO of the company and to Sr. Management of the parent corporation.
It was easy to tell co-workers who where in this job to advance and make a positive contribution, and those who were there for their compensation only. When working with like-minded individuals it removed most workplace burdens as there was a sense of collaboration, togetherness and shared goals. This made the workday much easier to go through and eliminated a lot of related work stress.
In my time there I had more than a dozen different managers and almost all were very easy to work with, lived the company philosophies through their work and management styles and were eager to share and teach their skills to improve their direct reports.
The most difficult part of my job was meeting difficult deadlines and having to learn on the fly to meet project requirements.
The most enjoyable part of my job was the real bonus program the company constantly offered. This was not just through financial compensation but through other means such as tangible rewards, company outings and recognition for a job well done.
The company showed a desire to showcase individuals who had made accomplishmentsmore... and excelled at aiding struggling workers to do and be better.
Reason for leaving the company was due to relocation to a city where they did not have a presence with available positions.less
Lead Operations Representative (Current Employee) – Toronto – 20 August 2015
Busy everyday which I think is good for the company. Some of my co-workers are okay. Management style of my manager is not so good. I learned to deal with customers about buying and selling of different currencies globally.