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Anonymous shared this review of KeyBank, United States on Oct 9th, 2020
"Like other banking institutions for which I’ve worked, in the institutional and commercial banking side of the business there are fewer women than in the retail side of the bank. That said, the executive management team has and continues to show a commitment to DEI initiatives. "
Anonymous shared this review of KeyBank on May 10th, 2018
"Be either really good at some sort of sales or be prepared to be hounded to schedule more appointments for the personal bankers. Honestly it should be them focused on setting their own appointments. We have enough going on behind the teller line that sometimes we don't always get to talking about why they need a credit card and check everyone's calendar to see when they are free to see someone."
Anonymous shared this review of KeyBank on Jun 7th, 2017
"Midwestern firm, sexism still exists but it's more subtle gender dynamic sexism rather than the sexual harassment at some of the larger companies. Have had a good experience here"
"Corporate banking is still male dominated and if you want to succeed you have to act like a man. It is subtley discouraged to take time off to have a family or be anything but available at all hours of the morning, day and evening. Including outside of operating hours for salaried employees. Our CEO is a female, and when questioned how she became successful as the first female CEO in a large financial company, she stated its because she just "fit in with the men.""