- Lone Star National Bank28.Aug 2016
Support from management
Many leaders lacking leadership skills. No autonomy.
Major decisions regarding new rules affecting customers and employees were implement Before communicating it to either group.
Many women in high ranking positions, however, there are definite disparities in salaries. It's more about the "Title".
They encouraged development and trained and groomed individuals. However, after accepting your new position you must "prove yourself" for 3 months before realizing a salary increase. The increase usually was not much higher than your previous salary.
Overall compensation for your work
Raises were rare and when given were embarrassing.
Office / Work Environment
Beautiful banking facilities. The owner is a developer.
Weekends and holidays off.
None... You must sell sell sell banking products and produce!
Suggestions for improvement
- It all starts from the top execs. Be great examples. No need to raise voices, embarrass, condescend or belittle. Especially to your top execs! It creates a domino effect. Others see that and are embarrassed for them and in turn, employees do not trust. Bring salaries and compensation up to industry standards at the very least.
What I like about the company
Some very nice employees.
What I dislike about the company
Raises were rare and when given they were embarrassing. I received a .17 cent raise after 2 yrs of no raises and lots of hard work. Appearance standards are high, salaries are low. Individual leadership at the many banking centers really has no autonomy.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyLone Star National Bank
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2009