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  1. Good company with great benefits

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    Ehem. Mitarbeiter - Senior Relationship Manager in London, England
    Befürwortet Geschäftsführer

    Ich habe für mehr als 4 Jahre bei Bank of Ireland gearbeitet (Vollzeit)

    Pros

    The culture & the employees

    Kontras

    Need to see more women progress through the ranks

    Rat an das Management

    Staff are very committed and need to retain experienced staff and provide career progress

    Bank of Ireland2017-09-20
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    Fantastic colleagues and line management, terrible culture

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    Ehem. Mitarbeiter - Relationship Manager in Dublin, Dublin
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    Ich habe für mehr als 9 Jahre bei Bank of Ireland gearbeitet (Vollzeit)

    Pros

    Colleagues are almost universally enjoyable to work with. Fun, hard working and helpful, and I was astonished to see the level of talent and creativity. I can't certainly complain about (nearly) any of my direct managers either. Options to move around branches and departments fairly easily, which keeps the work fresh and interesting. Good social culture.

    Kontras

    The absolute stereotype of an old-school, hierarchical, rigid organisation, motivated by and managing through fear. There are small change initiatives, but they are tiny drops in a culture that needs to change from the top down. There is no room for employee empowerment or new ideas. I have heard fantastic ideas and suggestions from those "in the field", starting with the cashiers, but the suggestions are either not listened...

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    Rat an das Management

    Don't be so afraid to think outside the box. You have an absolute wealth of talent and creativity in your loyal work force, who would happily help the Bank into the 21st century (or even the 20th). You cannot be everywhere at once, so set up a good process for both receiving and acting on employee feedback (something better than the silly, nondescript Gallup polls). Those doing the core jobs have tons of suggestions for...

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    Bank of Ireland2015-06-25
  3. Get in at the right level and salary

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    Akt. Mitarbeiter - Relationship Manager in Dublin, Dublin
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    Ich arbeite seit mehr als 6 Jahren bei Bank of Ireland (Vollzeit)

    Pros

    Very few. A few years ago when the banking system was functioning properly my division (Private Banking) was actually a good place to work. There were social events, bonuses and scope to progress.

    Kontras

    No attempt to boost staff morale, depleting numbers and a general lack of direction for the business. There is a lot of pressure being applied to sales staff which is inceasing every year. It's not the worst place to work in but be sure to negotiate hard for a salary and level you are happy with because you'll be stuck there until you leave.

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    In the absence of any big changes happening in the way the bank is run, they should try to do what they can to boost morale, which was being done even up to quite recently. Banks can't be seen to be looking after their staff! That's just the small stuff at the surface. Generally speaking Irish banks are just not a good environment to work in.

    Bank of Ireland2013-07-11
  4. long career, not looked after, not worth it in the end, glad to be gone

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    Ehem. Mitarbeiter - Relationship Manager in Dublin, Dublin
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    Befürwortet Geschäftsführer

    Ich habe für mehr als 4 Jahre bei Bank of Ireland gearbeitet (Vollzeit)

    Pros

    Some good people, well known brand in Ireland, good size so there's scope to get experience in many areas

    Kontras

    Bad management, little support of professional development, managers now knowing what they want, how they want to get there, but are sure it's their teams fault.

    Rat an das Management

    train and support you staff, pay attention to your own goals, mission statement and values

    Bank of Ireland2013-02-26
  5. Unless the price is right, look for another bank.

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    Akt. Mitarbeiter - Relationship Manager in
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    Ich arbeite bei Bank of Ireland ()

    Pros

    Good workers, great team environments, and hungry individuals. Good Benefits and 401k package. A lot of face time with upper management, able to voice opinion (however usually falls through the cracks).

    Kontras

    The division I work for used to be very nimble, think on the fly, and have an entrepreneurial mindset. However over the last 2 years the company has literally been on hold with any strategic thinking. This organization may be a positive one in the future when it pulls its head out of the sand, however currently I would not recommend this organization to anyone unless the price was extremely right.

    Rat an das Management

    Think proactively not re actively. Think about innovation to stay ahead of the curve rather than following the pack. Global expansion is key to diversification.....BOI does not think this way. Make calculated risks for future rewards (currently extreme minimum risks are taken which equals minimal gains to lower level employees).

    Bank of Ireland2010-11-04
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