U.S. Bank Employee Reviews about "pay"
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(2364 total reviews)
76% approve of CEO
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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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- 2.011 Jul 2010Securities Operations Specialist IICurrent EmployeeMilwaukee, WI
Good work/life balance, nice co-workers, pretty flexible with time off for vacations and appointments, seem to be responsive to interal job applications
The starting pay for my position is around $29k and pay raises are annual but very small. It would take a 30 year career in the operations area in order to work up to a respectable salary level. There are some smart and ambitious people that want to get out of their jobs and do more challenging work, but it is easy to get stuck because you do not gain any skills or valuable experience. There are also a lot of people who are just content coasting through their careers at US Bank and don't care if they are challenged or have the chance to make better money. They spend the day doing crossword puzzles, surfing wikipedia and playing games online, walking around the office talking with friends, and taking extended lunch 'hours'. Its not a place for people with goals. For some reason they hire a lot of people with college degrees, but it is totally un-necessary.2
- 4.017 Dec 2017AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsNewport Beach, CA
Low stress most days, clear goals, and management does a decent job of listening to create a better work environment
Cheap company. low pay and little to no perks when you compare to other banks in the area and industry
- 4.08 May 201424 Hour Call Center Personal Banker With SellingFormer Employee, less than 1 yearCincinnati, OH
excellent pay and if you have good sales skills then you have the potential to make really good money. The benefits are really great and start after 30 days of employment.
If you dont sale really well then you may be out of a job . They offer a lot of mid day shift only and if you dont have a vehicle then this wouldnt work for you because the job is not on the busline.1
- 2.025 Jun 2014Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
The pay is very competitive the bonuses used to be before they were revamped now they are small and almost none extent
The actual work environment very high school, the only way you are going to up through this bank is if you are good passing blame or if you can suck up to the bosses with the best of them.
- 5.011 Jul 2014Branch ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 10 years
Ability to move up, great leadership from CEO, emphasis on being involved in community.
Lower pay and you can reach a point where they don't offer a mentor program to grow.
- 3.06 Oct 2018Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
great work environment, lots of training, great respect among employees
Benefits; they only pay 35% for monthly public transport expense. Medical is horrible; both plans (2018) have a high deductible before the plan starts paying for anything! They've changed the 2019 offered ones, but I've yet to take a closer look at it. Salary is low.
- 4.030 Jan 2017TellerCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearWilsonville, OR
The People are wonderful, atmosphere is great to work in, room to advance, resources are always there, they provide insurance
The pay isn't that great but reasonable due to much standing around some days. If you don't find something to keep you busy, you will be bored out of your mind.
- 3.018 Jul 2010Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
US Bank is a excellent company from a profitability standpoint, and it will continue to be successful for many years to come.
Compensation plans are low and your experience outside of US Bank does not help your starting pay The main incentive to produce is job security, bonuses are small and paid quarterly Advancement is limited after the manager position and will take many years to accomplish
- 4.010 Nov 2008Customer Support SpecialistCurrent EmployeePortland, OR
Pay is fair and comparable to what you would receive locally from other large banks. 2 weeks of paid vacation, plus up to 2 weeks in 'floating' holidays (meaning for every holiday that you do not schedule off, you receive a paid day off in the future). They are working to improve the health benefits, and they work for me. Hard work is definitely rewarded with compensation as far as sales goals are concerned. Exceptional bankers are able to move into management, and there is alot of internal promotions instead of hiring from the 'outside'. Overall, I have really enjoyed my stay.
The customer service industry in general is not fun. Banking policies and procedures are constantly changing, and this does not benefit the customer. We are a 'for-profit' and create policies that will help with that. Working in 24 hour banking, we receive many complaints about our policies. Customers will blame the bank for "putting them on the street", "ruining Christmas", "starving the kids", etc., and it is not fun to take that call. We do not create the policies, and we do not enforce the policies, but we must defend the policies and explain them to the customers. Indeed, it is not what you would consider enjoyable.