Working at Fifth Third Bank (5/3 Bank)

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Ratings for Fifth Third Bank (5/3 Bank)

  • Appreciation
    3.6
  • Company Outlook
    3.9
  • Fair Pay
    2.6
  • Learning and Development
    3.7
  • Manager Communication
    3.9
  • Manager Relationship
    4.0
  • Pay Policy
    2.9
  • Pay Transparency
    2.4
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Fifth Third Bank (5/3 Bank) Reviews

What is it like working at Fifth Third Bank (5/3 Bank)?

53 bank.
Customer Service Representative (CSR):
Pros: 401k match, health insurance.
Cons: Recognition.
Personal Banker:
I love what I do as a banker the company treats me great the only struggle has been trying to move into management I have noticed there is a lot of political stuff that goes into it and I’m more of come to work do what I’m supposed to do type of person. To me it should be all about the customers and doing the right thing. I have learned if you what to move into anything other than being a personal banker I or personal banker II your performance a lone what help you. The people who are being put a head of me have not performed as well as I have over the last 18 months but they hang out with the managers outside of work do they’re being gifted the opportunity instead of myself. As it sit now I’m on the list for president circle and will finish top 5 in the west Michigan market for production year to date. So I hurts but their nothing I can do other keep grinding or switch company’s.
My worth is 8 cents.
Teller in Lansing:
Pros: I enjoy the customers I work with.
Cons: I feel overworked and under paid.
Financial Analyst.
Financial Analyst in Chicago:
Pros: I really like the environment: culture, people, and purpose. I think from my perspective the Commercial CFO Rahul Nalgirkar is genuinely interested in the success of his employees. He does a great job of identifying talent, learning opportunities, team engagement, and managing the business. I think the talent portion is key, as I've been challenged but it's always great to know you're working with really smart, kind, and compassionate individuals.
Cons: Not specific to Fifth Third as working in any bank has a bad connotation since the last downturn. Also typical in finance roles, we can experience stressful workloads during busy times (close, forecast, earnings, planning), and the sensitivity of the material can sometimes involve uncomfortable discussions.