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Reviews for Summit Credit Union

Review factors

Feel-Good Factor

Company culture
1.75
Support from Management
1.75
Teamwork
2.00
Level of Autonomy
1.75
Communication
2.25
Office/Work Environment
3.25
Eco-consciousness
3.75
Work-Life Balance
1.25
Challenging Work
3.25
Inclusive/Diverse
1.00

Career factor

Gender Equality
3.25
Attitude towards older colleagues
2.00
Career Development
1.50
Overall Compensation for your work
2.00
Company Image
2.50
Job security
1.25
Handicap Accessibility
4.50
Workplace Safety
2.50
Benefits

The following benefits are offered

No flex. working hours Parking in 3 of 4 reviewers Easy access to public transportation No stock or equity options 401(k) in 4 of 4 reviewers No onsite daycare facility No reimbursed daycare No ability to work remotely No desirable office location Tuition assistance in 3 of 4 reviewers No Paid Parental Leave 401(k) Match in 4 of 4 reviewers Flexible spending account in 3 of 4 reviewers Paid time off in 4 of 4 reviewers Healthcare (including vision and dental) in 4 of 4 reviewers No relocation allowance Life insurance in 4 of 4 reviewers

The following perks are offered

No on site cafeteria No meal or transportation allowance Health and wellness programs in 3 of 4 reviewers Employee discounts in 3 of 4 reviewers No vehicle allowance Employee events in 2 of 4 reviewers No dogs allowed No fitness center on site No company provided food and/or drink
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  • 15.Mar 2017
  • Employee

Support from Management

Goals are not realistic. They don't take different demographics into consideration. They lump everyone into one group.

Teamwork

Co-workers know how to work well together. Branch Managers try to derail that harmony.

Level of Autonomy

You are micro managed constantly.

Communication

There is plenty of communication on your job. In fact certain managers don't know when to be quiet.

Attitude towards older colleagues

Employees that have higher pay and longer vacation time are belittled until they leave so that they can hire others for less. Instead of valuing the experienced employee they push them out to save money.

  • 15.Mar 2017
  • Employee

Company culture

You will hear a lot of flowery talk about how great the company is, then reality sets in.

Support from Management

Goals are not realistic. They don't take different demographics into consideration. They just lump all demographics into one. Employees are NOT part of the decision making process. They are only interested in the bottom line. Upper Management also allows for Branch Mangers to belittle and make long term employees feel inferior without any recourse. HR backs the managers up 100%. The employees have no way to defend themselves.

  • 30.Sep 2016
  • Employee

Workplace Safety

While this is a credit union, there is a strong sales culture where branches are competing against each other and co-worker against co-worker. Sales goals were not computed based on prior year sales or neighborhood possibilities but at a certain % increase each year whether the branch were able to accomplish the goals or not. Senior staff and those who had dedicated decades to the company were dropped swiftly and decisively in order to obtain newer and lower paid employees.

  • 17.Sep 2016
  • Employee

Company culture

The company is much more invested in making their customers happy which marginalized the wellbeing of their number one fans---their employees!

Career Development

Has culture that encourages job shadowing and applying for their positions within the company. However what was vastly disappointing is the managers' ability to manipulate job application process for a different position. I experienced that all too well.