- SANTANDER BANK07.Feb 2018
Suggestions for improvement
- need to do very strong internal reviews in order to avoid the abuse from superior manager specially those coming from spain
We're Santander. As part of one of the largest global banks, Santander Bank offers a world of opportunity. With over 8,000 team members in the U.S., we're recruiting people like you who want to be challenged and strive for something better. At Santander, you'll be rewarded with competitive compensation and market leading benefits. You'll have access to comprehensive career development programs that empower you to grow and advance. You'll discover a company where you can shape a bright future.
Santander is a retail and commercial bank, based in Spain, with a presence in 10 main markets. Santander is the largest bank in the euro zone by market capitalization. Founded in 1857, Santander had EUR 1.24 trillion in managed funds, 103 million customers, 13,927 branches – more than any other international bank – and 182,958 employees at the close of 2013.
It is the largest financial group in Spain and Latin America. It also has significant positions in the United Kingdom, Portugal, Germany, Poland and the northeast United States. Santander registered EUR 4.37 billion in attributable profit in 2013, an increase of 90% from the previous year.
We aim to make your banking life easier by providing convenient and smart ways to spend, save, and manage your money – from basic checking and savings accounts to comprehensive financial solutions. And we deliver them in a friendly and caring manner. By helping you match the right tools to your specific needs, we help you make real and meaningful progress toward your goals.
Our headquarters are in Boston, but our hundreds of branches, thousands of ATMs, and round–the–clock online and mobile banking capabilities mean that we're here for you wherever and whenever you need us. We even have convenient ATMs in nearly every CVS store.
We're Santander. As part of one of the largest global banks, Santander Bank offers a world of opportunity. With over 8,000 team members in the U.S., we're recruiting people like you who want to be challenged and strive for something better. At Santander, you'll be rewarded with competitive compensation and market leading benefits.
You'll have access to comprehensive career development programs that empower you to grow and advance. You'll discover a company where you can shape a bright future.
Simple, Personal & Fair embodies how all Santander's professionals think and operate, and represents what our customers expect of us as a bank.
It defines how we conduct business and take decisions, and the way in which we interact with customers, shareholders and society.
Transforming the world and the future through education.
Our innovative Santander Universities initiatives create long–term, strategic alliances with higher learning institutions around the world.
The Santander Group has made a long-term commitment to the higher education sector. Since 1996, Santander Universities has been collaborating with colleges, universities, and research centers. Globally, we have more than 1,200 partnerships. In the U.S., there are more than 40 partnerships.
We believe that supporting higher education is the best way to give back to the communities we serve. As a result, we expand educational opportunities through college readiness; service learning; science, technology, engineering, and mathematics; study abroad; societal impact; faculty research; internships; entrepreneurship; and global workshops.
The hiring process in Banco Santander is made thinking of you. Your experience during all the process is a very important issue for us and we want to meet your expectations.
Top managers would tell you there were working to address concerns regarding employee development, morale and compensation. No progress over 18 months. When asked about this, their respond "we just need time."
Managers should be required to have management training/background prior to being promoted. They should know how to manage/coach employees, not belittle the employee.