- Middletown Valley Bank, Middleton, MD (inc)08.Dec 2015
As an employee I was given the responsibility of closing alone, but was treated with mistrust by some of the supervisors for trying to do some of the activities that were expected of me when I worked alone.
Freedom to work independently
When asked to be stationed closer to home I was instead stationed at the branch furthest from my home with a manager who openly verbally abused employees.
Attitude towards older colleagues
An older colleague was afraid of reporting verbal abuse by a supervisor who is still employed there because she was close to retirement and did not want to get laid off.
Overall compensation for your work
I went from part-time o full-time and once I began working full-time hours I was asked to work more doubles without the possibility of overpay. My full-time position paid the same as my part-time position would had I stayed hourly.
Office / Work Environment
I reported an embarrassing instance of verbal abuse that occurred during working hours within earshot of all the other employees and the CEO decided that the best route to take was to keep me stationed there as a "test" to the supervisor to see if she would continue her behavior.
I was required to attend "non-mandatory" meetings or events outside of work hours in the name of creating a face for MVB that is appealing to customers.
The bank cares more about it's image than it does about all the employees' well-being, equally.
The bank has been dubbed MSB, Mini-Susquehanna, due to the current CEO's penchant to replace former employees with former coworkers from his previous job.
Employees are left alone during the night in branch locations, putting the employees at risk. Whether this still occurs is not certain.
What I like about the company
What I dislike about the company
Disregard for the well-being of employees.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyMiddletown Valley Bank, Middleton, MD (inc)
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?n/a