Financial Service Representative (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – 5 December 2016
Regions provides all of the necessary training and support to launch a successful career in the financial services industry. In addition to training, the compensation is market competitive and benefits are comparable to other Fortune 500 companies.
Horrible place to work, more worried about how much money THEY make than the customers or the employees
Contact Center Specialist (Former Employee) – Memphis, TN – 2 December 2016
When they bring you in you go through their process OJT, everything seems so wonderful and positive. But when you get on the floor and start working totally different. Managers very immature and like who they do and they get special treatment. They will literally scream at you across the whole dept. at you! if on the fence, DO NOT DO IT!
Great team of hard workers who are miserable
Poor and immature management and very greedy company
Expect sales pressure. They'll tell you otherwise but you got hefty goals to meet. If you don't they will bully and create a negative culture around you. Management does not care about your growth only about themselves. There are better places to work.
Consumer Lending Underwriter (Current Employee) – Hoover, AL – 23 November 2016
Great company to work for in the Birmingham area. Management is flexible. Company is family oriented. I've been with Regions for over two years and have had a few family emergencies requiring out of state travel. Management has always been understanding.
Sales (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – 21 November 2016
Very depressing, they try to act like they aren't a huge corporation and actually care about you but they do not. Half of their business is cost control and you have to have 8 bosses decide whether or not you get a raise.
Systems Programmer (Intern) (Former Employee) – Hoover, AL – 4 November 2016
Regions is a wonderful company with it's employees best interest in mind. As an intern I made $18 an hour and got a job offer to return but I wanted to stay local in Columbus after I graduated from my undergrad. Regions can be a spartan place, though. They didn't offer much in the way of work escape.