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- 3.022 Jul 2014Risk AnalystFormer Employee, less than 1 yearDublin, Dublin
I really liked the people I was working and my direct supervisors were incredibly smart and capable. There were certain aspects of the job that I liked and there certainly seemed to be plenty of training opportunities and potential for advancement.
The whole company culture just seemed destructive to me, no doubt due to what had happened in years gone by. It felt like a lot of the work we were doing wasn't actually that valuable and we were just doing it to be seen to be busy. The senior manager of our department was completely clueless as well and pretty much summed up everything that's wrong with Irish banking culture.
- 4.017 Jan 2021Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsDublin, Dublin
Inclusive and encouraging work culture Great pay Great training
Taking calls from customers all day will destroy your mental health, I saw 3 of my colleagues break down crying on the floor, I don't know anyone who hasn't cried in the bathroom The current recruitment freeze makes career progression impossible1
- 1.023 Jul 2021AIB Customer Service RepresentativeCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsClonmel
More progression opportunities in McDonalds literally
Everything about the place and culture is toxic
- 5.05 Aug 2020Mortgage ConsultantFormer EmployeeDublin, Dublin
Great Values and Culture. Work-life Balance and great benefits. Staff were always very helpful across all areas
No opporunity to grow. Management put you down a lot and make you feel like you must do the same amount of years they did before you go for promotion.
- 3.09 Jul 2019Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Training. Work interesting. Team culture and great people
As good as your last boss thought . Very out with the old and in with the new.
- 3.025 May 2023Business AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 5 yearsDublin, Dublin
Good colleagues to work with. Friendly and good culture . Good work life balance Good Remote working setup.
Not the best salary. Not the best opportunities for promotion . Too many managers . Some arcade processes and slow means of getting things done.