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Process and Performance- Senior Business Analyst

Regions Birmingham, AL

Formulates/defines specifications for moderately complex operating software programming applications or modifies/maintains complex existing… Ivy Exec

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Credit Underwriter ( West TN Commercial Banking )

Regions Memphis, TN

As a member of the risk management organization at Regions, this position serves as the second line of defense, with the sales team serving as the… Ivy Exec

7 days ago

Data Governance Manager

Regions Birmingham, AL

Leads the analytical methods and models that assess the market, credit and / or operational risks of new and existing financial productsManages the… Ivy Exec

9 days ago

Project Manager - Business Development

Regions Hoover, AL

Shapes/leads organizational efforts translating strategy into results by converting business needs into tangible delivery workDefines, develops and… Ivy Exec

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Community Banking Relationship Manager

Regions East Peoria, IL

Execute strategy with calls, visits, needs assessment, customer qualification and meeting follow-up to maintain, enhance and expand customer… Ivy Exec

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Commercial Credit Portfolio Manager, Enterprise Valuation Group

Regions Atlanta, GA

Review company and business unit prepared projections for purposes of determining enterprise value (EV)Evaluate general economic trends, as well as… Ivy Exec

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Business Banking Sales Manager

Regions Houston, TX

Assist team members with complex account relationships and guide less-experienced members of the teamCall on major small business accounts to develop… Ivy Exec

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Business Capital Relationship Manager

Regions Atlanta, GA

Responsible for implementing marketing strategy, identifying potential clients, selling additional bank products, and closing of new businessPosition… Ivy Exec

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Accounts Payable Manager

Regions Birmingham, AL

Maintains accounting and financial records and reports including, general ledger, financial statements, regulatory and management reportsPerforms… Ivy Exec

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IT Audit Manager

Regions Hoover, AL

Designs, develops, implements and maintains the organizations information systems and related procedures to ensure compliance with applicable laws… Ivy Exec

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    High pressure sales and pay disparity

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    Current Employee - Branch Team Leader  in  Memphis, TN (US)
    Current Employee - Branch Team Leader in Memphis, TN (US)

    I have been working at Regions Financial full-time for more than 3 years


    -Regular Hours
    -Decent training to set you up for a better job
    -Decent Benefits


    -Large pay disparity with overlapping salaries. I was promoted to assistant manager after 2 years of hard work and great sales numbers. I got in to my branch to find out that the associate I'd be managing, who was a fresh hire with no sales experience, was making more than me. I left the position and my replacement, who was an outside hire, was making 15k more than I was.
    -Priority for outside hires. Don't expect to move up with this company - if they can hire from outside they will. They will also pay them a lot more than an internal promotion.
    -If you don't hit sales goals you get punished with multiple "call nights" each week. We call these detention because they keep you after work for an hour or two to cold call people who are tired and just getting home from work.
    -If you do hit your goal you get punished. The branch goals are increased and the amount of credit you get for each product you sell is decreased.
    -Goals are not scaled by branch traffic. If you get stuck in a slow branch you will get no bonus and have no opportunity to advance. Advancement is based primarily on the number of checking accounts you open. You can have a branch where each associate sees 20 customers a day and a branch where they each see one customer a day - they have the same goal. Management tells you to make up the difference by cold calling. The people that do the least amount of work (they get to sit and clerk products all day long) get the most in bonuses. Nobody lasts in the slow branches because of the stress. You get constant criticism and are belittled because your numbers are not the same as a busy branch.

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    Promote from within and pay what you would an outside hire! It is insulting to pay as much to internal promotions. Sales and retention will increase with happy associates. You don't need to raise goals every time someone hits them. I know it sucks to have to pay bonuses, but realize that you're paying them because this person made you money (a lot more than the small percentage you're paying in bonus). Something is wrong when your #1 CSM in the company can't keep associates more than a few months. There are constant reports of verbal abuse that need to be handled. Look at the top performing companies in the US - the forward thinking google type companies. They're not doing it by abusing their associates - they just figured out that fair pay and treating people right goes a long way.

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