This would be an incredibly confusing time for anyone to join Regions Bank, because nobody knows what their jobs are anymore because of all the changes. New associates are going through tons of training classes with "trainers" that have probably never had a customer-facing job in their life, and the company expects for them to be able to teach the poor little worker bees in the branches. The only trainers should be people that actually work in branches around real customers. Goals are unattainable now that everyone are universal bankers and are fighting over the same customers, and the company seems to be encouraging customers to use ATMs and online banking so they can layoff people. Regions is a southern bank and people here don't want to use a virtual teller. People here want to bank with people that they have formed relationships with over years.
Pay is decent for all positions
Training classes are ineffective, goals are unattainable, and signs of big layoffs coming. Banking is expected to be stressful, but this is ridiculous