Branch Manager (Former Employee), Leesburg, Floirda – August 13, 2013
Pros: enjoyed the job and set hours
Cons: the company downsized.
The company division I worked for was subprime loan through car dealerships. I reviewed stips for loans, audited weekly on all accounts, skip traced on delinquent accounts when needed, decisioned overall loan acceptance for any loans that were applied for thrugh local dealerships. Worked side by side with co workers to maintain a balance of consistency – more... in the office which in turn provided an enjoyable atmosphere. The hardest part of the job was having to say no to loan approvals knowing certain people are truley in need. I enjoyed the office being around co workers and the ability to socialize occassionaly. – less
Assistant Branch Manager (Former Employee), London, ON – September 26, 2012
Pros: helping people with finances
Cons: company downsizing = no advancement
Managed people to help clients find financial solutions to their budgets. Offered loans and mortgages to help consoladate monthly bills to have lower monthly payments. Also, collected monthly payments on a $13 million in receivables. The branch and myself received many awards for sales, collections, and excellant customer service. The job provided advancement – more... to the level of Branch Manager but due to economic situation, the company offered no advancement anymore. I spent rewarding 14 yrs and acquired knowledge and skills that I could use in any job/career I choose. – less
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Retail Development Manager (Former Employee), Toronto – May 29, 2012
Gained a great exposure to the financial world of business.Managed, coordinated, and executed different aspects of income generation and development, where I carried out consultations to customers and potential clients in matters of regulations, lines of credit and insurance, and loans certifications; this included supervising and observing monetary – more... and legal aspects of clients’ dealings – less
Citi Financial is a great company with a comfortable and friendly working environment
Client Service Representative (Former Employee), Toronto Canada – February 16, 2012
Pros: investment opportunities
Cons: advancement opportunities were far and few between
Citi Financial is a great company with a comfortable and friendly working environment. Working for Citi Financial gave me the opportunity to enhance my multitasking abilities and prepared me for future working opportunities. My fellow staff members at that time where nothing but spectacular and where always there to help with any issues I had. Some – more... even took it a step further by sacrificing their breaks to make sure that my work was always done to the best of my abilities. – less
Collections Agent (Former Employee), Las Colinas, TX – December 13, 2014
Pros: co-workers, good pay for unskilled workers
Cons: poor communication, inconsistent management
The only positive I can give about this job is being paid every two weeks. There is a vicious cycle of incompetence. When you set a monthly goal and you don't reach it, raising the goal for the next month doesn't make sense. Upper management places unrealistic goals and expectations onto low-level management, who then have to juggle these expectations – more... with the day-to-day realization of what is actually occurring. At some companies, this can be done well. Unfortunately, low-level management is not trained properly. When there are 5 managers and 2 of those have team members who are better prepared to be managers, something is wrong. Never mind the hypocrisy that runs rampant. When a manager can take two hour lunches but you are being admonished for going to lunch 35 seconds late, something is wrong. If you leave Citi, expect them to claim you owe them money. They will claim the money you are entitled to (unplanned time, planned time) is owed to them. Do not, under any circumstance, sign up for a bank account with them. – less
• Utilized various systems for receiving electronic mail from Oil cardholders. • Mailed letters to customers to resolve their various concerns. Received, responded to and resolved customer telephone inquires about credit cards balance information, address changes, and billing questions. • Resolved dispute to prevent third parties to pursue civil court – more... involvement.
HR Specialist (Former Employee), Irving, TX – December 12, 2014
Pros: exposure to international programs
HR Specialist assisting 1 VP, 2 HR Generalist, 1 Recruiter. Handle recruiting system. Payroll, benefits. Good team to work with. Employee recognition program. File management. Work with Executive Management training program for International Leaders.
Transaction Services Processor (Former Employee), Makati City, Philippines – December 12, 2014
I go about my daily routine, i start by doing the most critical and time consuming tasks i have for the day and work my way with the least critical. The company have good working environment, we practice transparent and open communication. My co-workers are reliable and very professional, we're responsible for the specific duties that go along with – more... our job.
The hardest part of the job is when we are swamp with work, there's a specific time of the year wherein we receive bulk requests and we have to stay late and work together so we can meet the deadline. The part that i enjoy is doing extra-curricular work by being part of the committee for our departmental events, i particularly enjoyed that because i was in my element. I find that i can multitask and also be able to meet deadlines. – less
Code for verifier # 24841- Manager (Former Employee), Hagerstown, MD – December 8, 2014
Pros: rec'd many gift cards for my performance and twice a year, we han meals provided.
Cons: no job security and low pay
I grew with this company and learned to love the people. You got rewarded for your efforts. The only downside was that any position can be changed by corporate decision and you would find yourself unemployed. If you are looking for job security- Citi is not the place.