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Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank, United States on Nov 19th, 2020
"Some parts of the Bank are working hard to make changes to be more inclusive, but mid level managers are not held accountable to make changes and can sit with their unconscious biases without repercussion because they have “good intentions”. "
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank, United States on Dec 17th, 2019
"You have a lot to bring to the industry even if you switched industries"
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank, United States on May 6th, 2019
"See if you can find a better place to work. Your ideas will be dismissed, you'll be overlooked for promotions in favor of less-competent and less-experienced (always white) men and Human Resources only exists to protect US Bank from lawsuits. "
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank on Mar 13th, 2019
"Working at US bank depends on the group. Several are high-churn, high stress with a lot of overtime. "
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank on Dec 26th, 2018
"Maternity leave is 13 weeks paid now which is great. "
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank on Dec 14th, 2018
"Any offers made about your job opportunities and career advancement should be written down."
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank on Apr 18th, 2018
"Make sure you get feedback on the particular department's management style. Most are terrific."
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank on Apr 17th, 2018
"Work-life balance is usually good in most areas, however women don't get promoted as quickly as men and the pay inequity exists. "
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank on Mar 5th, 2018
"It seems like this organization is moving in the right direction as far as flex time/telecommuting and promoting women into leadership roles. Maternity leave, benefits and pay are below average for industry standards. "
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank on Dec 23rd, 2017
"Be extremely confident with the skills you bring to the table."
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank on Nov 30th, 2017
"Flexibility will vary by department and even by supervisor. Benefits and leave are subpar. "
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank on Sep 21st, 2017
"Many women are in executive and leadership positions. Many mentors available"
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank on Jul 7th, 2017
"Great technology. Very supportive management. Diverse culture. Strong customer loyalty."
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank on Jun 15th, 2017
"U.S. Bank is striving to improve gender diversity in leadership roles, and I am hopeful there will be changes in the next 3-5 years as the older white males retire. We have a dedicated Diversity and Inclusion department, which seeks to improve. There are many women in lower management roles. Maternity benefits are excellent, and I do believe there will be more changes in the right direction given the bank's goal to improve in gender diversity. At least leadership is aware of the lack of gender diversity at the highest levels - which is a good start."
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank on Mar 28th, 2017
"It is a frustrating industry to be in as a whole, pay is different across gender, promotions are difficult to get, and maternity leave is not a great program."
Anonymous shared this review of U.S. Bank on Mar 10th, 2017
"The Bank's policies are pretty standard for the instustry (i.e. not bad), but the compensation between men and women is not equal. "
"Lots of males in upper management and all head officers are male, but it's a process and takes time. Our CEO is great and in the management levels there are a lot of young women moving up...and quickly too."
"Depends what department you start in for how you get treated. I was passed up numerous times for promotion to less qualified individuals who put in much less time. They are very political and will mostly just pick people that have been doing sub par work but kissing management butt. In other departments I know this is not the case so once you start in my area it is very hard to get out of it cause you are looked down upon for working in my department."
"Once you work for the company for five years you receive up to two weeks of maternity leave prior to your delivery date and then eight weeks after your delivery with 100% of your pay, prior to your five year mark you receive the same paid time off but you only receive 80% of your pay. You are eligible to take UP TO 12 weeks (including your paid time off) with FMLA. Many women in high positions and given opportunities to advance but I feel that there is a little bias in the pay scales for individuals that have been with the company for several years, especially as a woman."
"Good benefits for the family. Always room to grow and continue education."
"The first day I had a feeling maybe I should have refused the job offer. Don't doubt instincts. They are always on point."
"The managers in this company have a very entrepreneurial spirit. I have been lucky enough to have a series of fantastic managers who value the work-life balance above all else. They are no-nonsense when it comes to taking time away from work for any needs/reasons and are very supportive about your decisions. However, the work at this company is spread between too few people, and taking time away can sometimes make it difficult to catch right back up when you get back. This is improving in my department, but the knowledge we each have on the team is still very siloed which can lead to pretty stressful situations if someone is out sick and a deadline needs to be hit."
"don't have any"
"While they don't discriminate against women, the maternity leave is subpar, and there are very little resources for working women and support from the top for women executives and leaders."
"This company will give 150% to those that want to learn, grow and be successful. Great management team that cares about their employees!"
"I worked there for 2 years. My first day, I was greeted, happily on-boarded and met by 2 of my peers who showed me the ropes. It was great. My team was very supportive and it was a very diverse and inclusive environment. My advice is to network and ask questions because there is a lot to learn and you have to forge your own way. This is not a competitive environment and anyone who works hard can shine."
"Be strong, don't allow yourself to be walked all over. Don't work more than 45 hours per week."
"Strive to be better than you were the day before. Things are always changing, especially in banking. Everyone I have ever worked with has been supportive in helping me accomplish my goals."