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Benefits begin at day one.Some team effort displayed if it benefits the person who is tasked with helping a new employee during onboarding process.
Hawkish managersUnclear as to what role should entailManiacal senior manager that line manager is scared of
Loud, open office environment.Underpaid employees eating smelly fish for lunch daily.Underpaid employees confronting new employees to ask them how much they paid for their lunch and other weird questions (pay your employees a decent wage and these things would not occur).
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Relaxed cultureNot too much pressureGood work life balance
Many people leave to go to better banksIn a period of changeNot a great training programmeManagement varies in quality
A lot of people use Lloyds as a foot into the banking industry, to move onto better banks later in their career
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Great access to senior management, great work-life balance. Good benefits compared to peers. Lots of internal events to self-praise and pat each other on the back. Small bank in NY means you basically know everyone.
Little deal flow due to generally low commitments in lending group. When there is work, an insignificant amount of effort goes towards your job but more towards completing internal processes and attending a never-ending stream of internal meetings. Very beuracratic place where everyone is obsessed with titles and seniority. Never seen a place with more layers given the 60-80 front office staff and the culture supports a strictly inforced hierarchy. In general, hours are good across most teams(likely due to little deal flow). Many days could be spent doing little-to-nothing, resulting in junior employees having to create work out of thin air- which can be very frustruating. Compensation tends to be on the low end.
If you can go elsewhere, go elsewhere. Othewise, good place to slowly learn the trade.
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