People's United Bank

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Interesting Work Environment
BUSINESS BANKING CUSTOMER SERVICE (Current Employee), Brattleboro, VTOctober 15, 2015
Pros: Employee Rock Day
Cons: Health Insurance
Overall, this is a good plave to work. My only complaint would be I do not feel our benefiets are up to snuff. Management is good and so are the PTO time.
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everyone did and learned everthing from teller work and banker
sr. csa (customer service associate) (Former Employee), Mount Vernon, NYOctober 9, 2015
Pros: healthcare
Cons: short breaks, extra work without pay
Assisting customer with their everyday financial needs.
I've learned that a lot of customers don't know what's needed for them.
Being a manager or being managed over is important to have things work out smoothly
Working with your co-workers is important that all are on the same page.
The hardest part of the job I've found is getting out on time from work.
The most enjoyable part of my job is meeting people.
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Customer Service Representative (Current Employee), Bridgeport, CTSeptember 29, 2015
i loved the bank job i was always willing to go above and beyound for my customers..great people and very helpful team members there
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room for adancement
Customer Service Associate- Bank Teller (Current Employee), North Haven, CTSeptember 28, 2015
Cons: not the greatest insurance benefits
Plenty of room for advancement and growth within the company.
The health benefits could use some improvement along with the pay for the employees. However there are good incentives and possible quarterly bonuses as welll
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productive and fun
Lead Commercial Lending Rep -CREF (Current Employee), Stamford, CTSeptember 24, 2015
great atmosphere
great management
great co workers
lost of work
busy office
learn alot of new things
enjoyable daily
long commute
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It is a very prouctive place to work.
Customer Service Associate (Current Employee), Fairfield, CTSeptember 19, 2015
It is a very productive place to work, I enjoy working with customers in order to help their financial needs. The hardest part is matching the customer with the right product.
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Customer Service Manager (Current Employee), Poughkeepsie, NYSeptember 14, 2015
The most rewarding part of my job is building the relationships I have with my customers and being able to help them. Fellow colleagues are very supportive.
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Benefits are great, co-worker are wonderful
Senior Financial Services Associate (Former Employee), Bridgeport, CTSeptember 11, 2015
Pros: Great evoriment to work in
Cons: Hours and pay
I worked in several different areas (corporate head quarter, 6 different branches, and 4 departments) if you want to learn about the banking system this is the place you want to work. They will teach you everything you want to learn 95% of the managers are great, most started as tellers and worked their way up. Tons of opportunity to advance. The bad part is the pay most tellers and back office staff start at minimum wage. The branch employee have goals which can be reached if you work hard. Co-workers are great but they never stay long most quit with in a year, because of the hours (I worked in the supermarket locations while in the branches). The long days which was at least 2 days a week were from open to close 8:30am to 7:45pm.
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Minimal Advancement Opportunity
Senior Customer Service Associate (Former Employee), South Portland, MESeptember 10, 2015
I found the training adequate however advancement opportunity was minimal. This is not a company I would work for again.
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good
banker (Current Employee), vermontSeptember 1, 2015
good place to work and a fun bunch of people. good pay. eveything is amazing. i would tell anyone who likes money or handling money to work here
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Good Banking
Senior Customer Service Associate / Senior Teller (Former Employee), Smithtown, NYAugust 13, 2015
Pros: working with the public
Cons: late evenings
Clean working environment
great team work required for successful days
impressive banking products available to vast diverse cliental making cross-selling and quarterly goals easier
decent cafeteria and break room
ample company assistance whenever help is needed
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wouldn't go back
Financial Services Associate (Former Employee), MassachusettsAugust 11, 2015
Whole focus is on selling customers more products. They forget that banking is a service and put selling ahead of everything else. Lots of pressure to reach sales goals.
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Lead Debit Card Loss Prevention (Former Employee), Bridgeport, CTAugust 8, 2015
There was a constant change in management from the Vice Presidents to the various sections in management throughout the company. It created culture of hostility because there was a constant change in management styles that clashed with any remnants of consistency.
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good place
Customer Service Associate (Current Employee), waterbury ctAugust 3, 2015
Pros: nice
Cons: short breaks
Fun work place with supportive management,
nice place to work
i recommend to all
nice managment
fun place for work
its small place but good
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minimal work experience required to perform an excellent job.
Principal Responsibilities (Former Employee), Bridgeport, CTJuly 23, 2015
Pros: low levels of stress
Cons: limited compensation
Dunkin Donuts is a good start for any young adult looking for work, providing the most flexible schedules and requiring employees to perform simple tasks. The longer you work for the franchise, the more responsibilities given to the employee.
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Senior management poor decision makers
Branch Manager (Former Employee), Long Island, NYJuly 17, 2015
Pros: you learn a lot in all areas of banking
Cons: super micro managment constantly interfering with productivity
When you start with this company, a very good impression the first couple of weeks and then you start realizing how disorganized and backward this bank is. Although they provide very good training in each job family but no resources to practice your skills. You are basically a teller all day no matter what the job title because staffing is a big issue. Employees are moved to other branches against their will. It could be tellers, personal bankers or managers. By the time you build a good team, it is broken again. Customers are always seeing new faces and they feel that branches are more like training centers where no one stays to build relationships. Upper management feels like People's United bank is a franchise that they own. They can hire and fire as they please. Complete disregard for the suffering those employees may go through. You will get the impression that you are a valuable employee as long as you "Yes" them to death. If you start giving your suggestions and voicing your opinion, your days will be limited. They will find anything to terminate you. Job security with this bank is ZERO, you are just another number. Once they have used you and abused you, you will be out of this bank or you would want to leave. Training is the best part of this bank.
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assisting client at teller window, opening business accounts, making phone calles.
Senior Financial (Former Employee), Bronx, NYJuly 15, 2015
building pipe lines for monthly sales, ATM audit, branch Audit monthle basis. was responsible for creating cash flow chart, responsible for having proper disclousers and speaking to clients with products benefits. creating business analysis and working closely with the IT team.
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Excellent place to work!
Senior Customer Service Associate (Current Employee), Ansonia, CTJuly 7, 2015
Pros: Management, benefits, growth, products, people.
Cons: wages are a little low, hours are a little long.
Excellent environment, great leadership, and fantastic benefits. There are plenty of opportunities available if you work your timing right, you can achieve all of your goals.
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Great Coworkers, upper management was the issue
Customer Service Associate (Current Employee), Wells, MEJune 16, 2015
I work with wonderful coworkers daily but the upper management needs work. They don't understand what it is like to work face to face with customers so they make awful decisions based on assumption of day to day work. They don't treat you like individuals. It is also all about numbers without even considering the factors involved. They do offer a lot of training, but no pay raise for any of it.
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Busy atmosphere with something new to learn everyday
Financial Service Associate (Current Employee), Bridgeport, CTJune 16, 2015
Working at my job is a very good learning environment. It is a very fast pace environment with a lot of learning opportunities. One of the main things learned is customer service, hence having great customer service skills. Management helps to make the day go by faster and clears up any questions or issues that come up throughout the day. Coworkers also help to get to the ultimate goal and we all work great together. The hardest part of the job is not being able to answer certain questions myself. This is where learning oportunities come from. The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing the satisfaction on the customer's face when their problem has been resolved and they have accomplished what they came to do.
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Headquarters
850 Main St.
Bridgeport CT, United States 06604
Revenue
$1bn to $5bn (CAD)
Employees
5,001 to 10,000
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People's United Bank website