Branch Service Leader (Current Employee) – Knoxville, TN – 26 April 2017
If you are looking for the stability of a great company, this is the place for you. Do not seek out competitive pay, as it will not be the case. Great leadership, but bureaucracy slows down any process and cannot affect change within the company quickly.
Branch Service Leader (Former Employee) – Little Rock, AR – 25 April 2017
Regions is a good place to work and I enjoyed my time there. Management at my location was not all that great. It is hard to go to work where you do not feel like management cares about you. The goals are very very high.
Head Teller (Former Employee) – Athens, TN – 21 April 2017
A typical banking day with waiting on customers. I learned alot of management skills, I managed a teller row of seven people. I learned how to manage my time. The hardest part was the companies demands but I adjusted very well. I love to work with the public and help people with there needs.
The customers were enjoyable to interact with, but the management put quite a great deal of pressure on obtaining referrals.
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – 20 April 2017
Regions was not my favorite place of employment. The management placed excessive pressure on the Tellers to get referrals for them to sell services to the customers, some of which could little afford them.
Bank Teller (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – 14 April 2017
Went into the position with no bank experience and was able to learn quickly thanks to management. Workplace culture depends on the branch you are located at. I personally love my team, managers, and customers at my location.
Banker (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – 5 April 2017
Non-stop calls from many individuals asking anything from a simple question, to a complex question that you needed to ask someone else for help as well. Great environment managers and supervisors cared about their employees very much. A lot of room for growth.
low staffing and not valuing hardworkers is causing the market to go downhill fast and low morale
Banker (Former Employee) – Tuscaloosa, AL – 3 April 2017
Dealing with customer issues and processing application for credit. Giving out balances and discussing account information and opening accounts. Trainings and staying current with banking policies and procedures. Opening accounts mostly
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – 30 March 2017
There are daily huddles to set the tone and expectations for each day. You must reach out to customers on a daily basis for a financial review or to try and set appointments. Assist customers with any financial transactions or concerns. The atmosphere will vary from branch to branch, but I feel that my branch has a family environment. There are reports and reconcilements to be completed and monitored daily. The hardest part of the job is the challenges with getting loans approved in my area. The most enjoyable part of the job is my teammates and customers.