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I'm currently an RB at chase (previous 1 year at BOA as a RB as well and long sales background.), completed 1 year this month. My goal is to make 200k within next 2-3 years, what is the quickest way to achieve this? Im open to moving to any another LOB
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- 3.030 Aug 2019Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
Work/life balance is good Generally a nice environment to work in
Hot desk working - not always a desk available when you arrive to work Very bad people manager - who cared only about her own ambition and paid lip service to people and team development. Judgement without facts commonplace. Performance ratings are based on stack rankings and a bell curve. Promotions are quite rare and the related salary increment is not good. Annual iConnect survey to gauge employee engagement is a ridiculous, contrived chore. Very heavy on politics. Regulatory oversight places a large burden onto already stretched teams.
- 3.028 Jan 2022Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 8 years
Good place to learn new and broad skills. Opportunities to stretch given the exit of many experienced staff. Opportunity to negotiate excellent entry salary but serious remuneration constraints due to special measures exist once employed.
Any remnants of a positive culture is under further threat at the moment. Tone from the top is a mere tick box exercise which undermines staff buy -in of an extremely ambitious growth strategy. Very concerning when cascades to the top 90+managers by Exco is met with silence until the usual few feel the pressure to ask obvious questions. People are definitely not a priority in AIB.1
- 3.014 Nov 2022First Line AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearDublin, Dublin
Management are very fair and supportive, excellent opportunities for career progression, good work life balance, no micromanagement, lovely team dynamic.
Internal salary increases does not reflect cost of living crisis or the current job market.
- 4.03 Apr 2021Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 1 yearDublin, Dublin
Friendly great training friendly staff subsidised canteen
Salary could be better and also need to stop fairing the lazy staff also technology could be improved
- 2.016 Sept 2019Customer Service AdvisorCurrent Employee, less than 1 yearSwords
The salary was decent considering there was no experience or qualification required for the role.
Worked in the Phone and Internet banking department.Very poor training. Lack of support when dealing with difficult customers or queries. Environment was similar to a secondary school. Lack of career progression
- 3.019 Sept 2018Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearDublin, Dublin
Nice place to work and management are good (Could just be my branch though). Good opportunities to learn on the job, not overly sales driven but targets are there to be met. Good Pension.
Slow progression. Nothing between bank official and officer (management). Low starting salary and letting ALOT of good staff go due to not meeting peoples salary requirements. Large turnover of staff.
- 4.01 Sept 2015Credit AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 1 yearDublin, Dublin
Good people, good knowledge, great learning experience, good work atmosphere. The people around you care for you and will always help out if they can.
The progression in career is possible but the salary progression was not inline with career. The salary was correlated to experience and not ability , people were doing the same job as me although not as good yet getting twice the salary.
- 3.030 Aug 2019Credit AnalystCurrent Contractor, more than 3 yearsCork
Good experience depending on the team/management.
Very little opportunity for promotion. Very small increases in salary over the years even after completing further education and taking on more responsibilty. Too many managers and people too scared to make decisions.
- 3.015 Jul 2021Stakeholder RelationsFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsDublin, Dublin
Great starting point for career
Progression can be very slow and salary is not competitive but you will most likely work a lot!