Ill-prepared management, constantly dishing out reasons for not being able to meet sales targets, when the problem is inherently simple if viewed from a somber day that should consist of employee retention, their success, and overall progress. Instead, they rely upon any single week fraught with training that could either be in-branch, or at a central location, far from everyone and everything else, sales meetings that are scheduled for 3 times a day, not to mention impromptu conference calls, and the call for all managers, or bankers, or tellers, or whoever else works there, to just show up and start taking redundant notes. Then, before the dust settles, a brief summary of each individual meeting, conference call, daily huddle, afternoon training sessions, and evening wrap-up emails, are sent to everyone in the district to showcase what you learned. Mind you, this is just a week, and then, after all said and done, sales are at zero, employees are burned out with useless tasks, leading to staffing issues on a daily basis because individuals have either had it, don't care, are let go, or just leave of their own free will. Overall, the Bank has potential, but with the current management, it's highly unlikely to go far.