Relationship Manager Reviews

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Based on 527 responses, the job of Relationship Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.71 out of 5. On average, Relationship Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Relationship Manager?

December 2015
Relationship Manager:
Pros: Working with the clients and helping them update their current services and selling them new services to help them improve their processes.
January 2016
"Fun."
Relationship Manager:
Pros: Great environment and working terms.
Cons: Suppliers who cannot be helped and require off-boarding.
January 2016
"Relationship Manager."
Relationship Manager:
Pros: On the job training, client facing.
Cons: No work life balance, hectic schedule.
March 2016
"Satisfying but not fairly paid."
Relationship Manager:
Pros: Helping clients and positively impacting their business.
Cons: Management not understanding internally how much effort this position requires. Thus pay is much lower than what it should be.
June 2016
"Very busy but rewarding."
Relationship Manager:
Pros: Talking to people.
Cons: The pay and very busy.
July 2016
"Handling Clients."
Relationship Manager:
Pros: Meeting new people.
Cons: Travelling.
August 2016
"I foster and manage the relationship of mortgage brokers."
Relationship Manager:
Pros: Able to speak with a variety of people, and assist clients with the purchases of their new homes.
Cons: Colleagues are difficult and the systems are inefficient.