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- "The Benefits are good and they have a pension plan in addition to a 401(k) plan" (in 738 reviews)
- "Good work life balance and SLA" (in 466 reviews)
- "Overall the company is a good to work for and most the other employees are great people." (in 452 reviews)
- "Culture is great and very helpful." (in 216 reviews)
- "Great people and coworkers." (in 162 reviews)
- "low pay and little to no perks when you compare to other banks in the area and industry" (in 515 reviews)
- "Management is very poor and team lacked diversity" (in 438 reviews)
- "Some managers have been at US Bank their whole careers and it's all they know." (in 219 reviews)
- "No training in the beginning which is hard for a new worker and no sign" (in 172 reviews)
- "They move slow and upper management is horrible" (in 169 reviews)
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- 4.08 Dec 2010Anonymous EmployeeFormer EmployeeSaint Louis, MO
-Good benefits...no copay at doc visits and can purchase an extra week of vacation. -Discounts on home purchases, bank products -The Community Development subsidiary has a great work ethic and make you feel appreciated. - Overtime usually not needed - Pay is great in CD.
-Outside of Communtiy Development, the pay is very low and raises over 2% are hard to come by. -Health insurance premiums are very high. -Old out of date equipment, but the are working on that. -Some facilities are old. I was sick all of the time when I was working there. As soon as I stopped, I dont get sick anymore.1
- 1.019 Apr 2011Anonymous EmployeeCurrent EmployeeMinneapolis, MN
Job security. If you show up and do your job, you don't have to worry about having the rug yanked out from under you. The Metro Pass was a great benefit for those of us taking the bus to and from work. Many companies don't offer that.
Very little room for advancement. In my 7 years there I knew of one person who successfully got out of the department and was satisfactorily employed somewhere else. The pay and the benefits were not nearly enough and we took many surveys pointing this out to upper management. Nothing was done. Benefits got worse each year. The office I worked in had the worst stall-like cubes I have ever seen and it was far too bright with blazing fluorescent lights.
- 3.030 Dec 2015TellerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsChicago, IL
Room for advancement, great co-workers for the most part, good corporate responsibility.
Benefits aren't great such as Health Insurance isn't that great and they don't offer it to Part-Time employees.
- 2.023 Oct 2009Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
It is a very stable company, especially in light of the recent financial crisis in the industry. I respect the CEO and much of what he has tried to implement in his tenure.
Top management policies, values and goals are not properly communicated to lower management or at least they certainly don't seem to be following them. Lower managers don't even seem like they've had any management training, as they treat employees poorly and break policies/regulation/laws/ethics regularly with regard to employee management. Career advancement is a joke for most of us and pay is below average. Benefits are bad and getting worse and the only perks are small discounts on bank fees.
- 3.02 Jun 2016Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Friendly co-workers and wonderful benefits with an open atmosphere and several options to give and receive positive feedback
There are very few Cons to working for USB that are not already present in other companies
- 5.08 Dec 2010TellerCurrent EmployeeSaint Louis, MO
There are so many pros of working for U.S. bank. First of all, I have never had a job where the bosses treat their employees so well. My teller coordinator actually talks to me like he's my friend instead of my boss, which makes for a more fun work day. All my co-workers are really great to work with, they're kind and everybody always says 'hi' to everybody in the mornings. I've only been here a month and yet already I feel so welcomed and an established member of the U.S. bank team. The pay is pretty descent for only being 19 years old, I work full-time and don't really have a lot of expenses so I get to keep the majority of all the money I make. I love the fact that I look forward to going to work every day, and considering this day in age and with the economy the way it is, I feel extremely lucky to be able to say that. The benefits are endless we get discounts on our cell phone bill and discounts on several electronic products. And even though this goes for all banks I love being off all day on Sunday and the majority of Saturday. I could go on and on about how much I like it here and I feel so lucky that I get to work for such a great company. I plan on being with U.S. bank for a very long time!
Really the only con is it gets busy pretty often, and so therefore it can get a little stressful; but that seems pretty doable overall.1
- 1.017 Jul 2015Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
The benefits are good and they encourage volunteering in your community and getting paid for it.
I was put on bed rest while pregnant at 7 month until I had my baby. So after my 6 weeks were up and I was related to go back to work I was fired. I feel like this is WRONG! I had worked there for 3 years and now I had to reinterview for any open positions.U.S. Bank Response9y
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- 3.031 Mar 2015US Bank EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsSaint Paul, MN
There are great people you work with that are more than willing to share knowledge and help you to become a leader. Leadership is something the bank values and we all work together to help one another to grow and become successful. There are some benefits that are great like time and pay allotment for maternity leave and reimbursement for education goals. Love the flexibility from my boss - This is a plus for me :)
It can be challenging at times to receive recognition for the work you do. Raises are given upon the performance of the bank. Bonuses are good but could be better. There is not much opportunity for advancement due to the competition, for example, some departments already have an idea of who they may want to hire so you are competing to top the person they are considering.1
- 4.024 Mar 2023Fraud InvestigatorFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsFargo, ND
Stable hours, overtime was offered pretty much all of the time if you wanted it and there was plenty of room for advancement within the company. They were also extremely competitive with their wages.
Sometimes due to the nature of the job the workload got to be slightly overwhelming. Also there was very little fringe benefits provided by the company that made working there very enjoyable
- 2.04 Apr 2022Human Resources Business PartnerFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsMinneapolis, MN
The Benefits are good and they have a pension plan in addition to a 401(k) plan
Salaries haven’t kept up with other banks. Lots of layoffs in the HR department after they spent years in adding staff to the recruiting team, HR investigations. They can’t seem to figure out the direction of the department.