Primetime Teller (Former Employee), Woodbridge, VA – March 9, 2014
Pros: working a job where i didn't have to pay daycare
Cons: limited to the hours as a primetime teller
- interactive with customers - how to process transactions quickly and accurately as the drive up teller - always eager to assist and support - work well with others - leaving to pursue other opportunities - interacting with the customers and co-workers
Professional Teller (Current Employee), Manchester, MO – October 26, 2014
A typical day at work is a busy work flow, constant on your toes work. Management is always there to help. Co-workers are enjoyable and work to help everyone. The hardest part of the job is the pressure. The most enjoyable part is the people!
Customer Relationship Manager II (Former Employee), Plano, tX – October 25, 2014
This was a fast paced position requiring the ability to adapt to constantly changing policies and procedures and regulations. All information was highly confidential. The expectation was to handle over 70 phone calls daily with information provided by or to customers documented into their accounts.
My performance was documented with several awards. – more... Adhered to company values and goals. – less
Associate Vender Manager (Attorney Network Firm) (Current Employee), Plano, TX – October 25, 2014
Pros: awards, healthcare
Working for Bank of America Home Loans has been an exciting experience. I have worked for them over the years and grateful for everything they do for their employees. Great Benefits, and great Leadership.
Senior Quality Assurance Lead (Current Employee), Addison, TX – October 24, 2014
Great firm to work at with standard set of rules defined across the board. Sophisticated, intelligent people who are experts at collaboration in a structural and business process oriented environment. A company dedicated to creating Best In Class production operations and has made great strides since a very long time.
Enjoyed working at BofA, great coworkers and managers
Foreclosure Specialist (Former Employee), Chandler, AZ – October 24, 2014
I was with Bank of America for 4 years and learned many different processes in my department. Changes happened quite often but that made the work more fun. I was in the Junior Lien Charge Off group and later we changed to Property Preservation which was completely different from what we had been doing but very interesting! I was sorry to be laid off – more... as I enjoyed my coworkers. – less
Pros: advancement, high tech systems, volunteer time
Cons: low raises and compensation
Bank of America is a great company to work for , but there are a lot of changes going on and it is time to moving on. If you work hard you will be rewarded for your efforts. Promotions and raises are given but not very high % wise. The people you work for are great. Management are too busy and everything just falls on your shoulders. They are understanding – more... with family time and any family obligations. – less
Bank Teller (Former Employee), Washington – October 23, 2014
I learned a lot from working at Bank of America, it has taught me a lot about the Banking and Finance industry in general. The most enjoyable part of this job is meeting new people every single day and knowing they each have a different story. My co workers are very helpful and i always have a fun time working with them.
Senior Personal Banker (Former Employee), Fremont CA – October 23, 2014
Cons: little room for promotions
Bank of America is a very diverse company and i enjoyed working and learning about different cultures/ethnicities. I have always worked in busy branches and i enjoyed it. There was always something to do and I am very good at multitasking. Customers always came first. We always tried to keep our wait time down at the same time give each customer the – more... opportunity to learn about new/changing products, deepen relationships based on financial needs, and demonstrating the different ways to bank. Bank of America also had great benefits such as child care reinbursementr, tuition reinbursement, and associate discounts – less
Project Management (Former Employee), Work from Home, CA – October 23, 2014
Bank of America is a pretty solid company to work for. The benefits are great and throughout my almost 17 year career there, I had great managers. The flexibility in being able to work from home for the past 10 years, was amazing.
Vendor Manager (Former Employee), Simi Valley, CA – October 23, 2014
Pros: good medical benefits and good amount of vacation per year.
Cons: current company cut-backs with little to no possibility of advancement.
I held a few positions while at Bank of America (previously Countrywide Home Loans). I learned a lot of different fields in the mortgage industry and feel very well rounded. My last position was very enjoyable as I was on the team who audited our foreclosure attorneys. We needed to know state specific laws and guidelines. We had to audit the time the – more... paperwork was sent to the mortgagor and if it was executed and recorded timely. I don't know that there was a "hard" part of the job, but it was difficult to get the attorney's to meet the document deadlines. We would call and they would say they'd get the documents to us by end of business but they wouldn't. – less
CMO (Current Employee), Kennesaw, GA – October 23, 2014
Pros: great events for the employees.
Cons: for me the distance.
Over all Bank of America is a great place to work. It is an ever changing environment. Which is good for learning different ways to do your job. Call center is a relaxed but professional place. It is great to be able to help customers with their financial needs.