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What is it like working at U.S. Bank?

I love the culture and diversity. Traditionalist.
Sales Consultant in Portland:
Pros: Flexibility, so far my manager does not micro manage me.
Cons: I want to paid equal to my team
Very challenging.
Vice President (VP), Operations in Andover:
Pros: Working my current job is a great experience, where I was involved in the procedure writing, create performance goals for my teams, involved in create an hybrid work, schedule which solved a difficult situation during the Covid-19. It provided safety as priority and be able to meet the customer's expectations
Cons: My team was least motivated when I joined the bank. I quickly discovered that there was an opportunity for me to fully develop my communication skills in order to manage my employees; to engage them, giving more responsibilities, do active listening to gain their trust, recognize small successes in each of the team members to celebrate, and develop others by identifying their need. To do so, I had to be authentic in every way or in conversation. The success of all the steps I took brought my team to where they can now raise their hands to assist others from different team without being asked.
Financial Analyst:
Pros: The work is independent in nature.
Cons: Hard deadlines and little direction from management.
Good job.
Branch Manager, Banking:
Pros: Working with people.
Cons: Hours and lack of help.
Universal Banker:
Pros: Customer service, perks benefits, hours.
Cons: Pay.
Universal Banker:
Pros: There is sooo many great opportunities for me to move up the ladder, and for me to learn new things. Great hours! So flexible with your time incase of emergencies.
Cons: The pay is not that great.
Universal Banker in Chino:
Pros: meeting financial needs and goals of the customer
Cons: short staffed