Suggestions for improvement
- Invest more resources into improving technology and improving Webster’s human capital.
What I like about the company
I started at the Company I currently work for 14 days after graduating from college. During my first two years, I participated in the Company’s Rotational Program which allowed me to rotate around five separate departments across the Bank. This was a very positive, challenging experience as I had the opportunity to see various functions within a Bank and how it all ties together. Additionally, as part of the Rotational Program, I had amazing access to senior leadership throughout the two years. After graduating from the Rotational Program, I began to work in my current position which I have enjoyed due to the daily challenges which are different day to day. Also, I work with an awesome group of employees who I get along with which makes the workplace a better place to be. My boss is not a micro-manager and trusts her employees to get their work done which is a style I enjoy working for. Overall, my experience at Webster Bank has been a very positive experience and I believe I’ve learned a significant amount in the first 2.5 years of my career.
What I dislike about the company
While the group I work for is high functioning, it feels as if the group lacks full support from other departments support our group. Unfortunately, I must spend a fair amount of time correcting mistakes and ensuring people did their correctly. Additionally, the technology at my company is not up to date resulting in weak data integrity and technology is more of an issue than something that empowers employees to do their jobs better. Lastly, my work/life balance is not great due to my current workload which is heavy due to a dysfunctional HR department that is very unresponsive.