The work was initially varied but became more sales oriented. This meant less administrative duties and more focus on sales. If you are inclined toward this it may be what you are looking for as long as you are focussed on the job and put it before your personal life. If this is for you it may be a good career.
Good work/life balance. Retail bank dominates over investment banking. Operations seems to suffer from lack of investment in infrastructure and personnel. Majority will be migrated to Edinburgh I think.
Nice work environment. Work was complex which was nice and kept me busy.
Temp (Former Employee) – Bristol – 13 January 2020
Great place to work. Training was on the Job but from a very knowledgeable trainer. Flexible working hours, great work life balance. Would highly recommend to anybody wishing to pursue a career within Banking.
The bank is a high a stressful place to work in. Management are not sympathetic to the situation and while people resources have reduced, more expectation is upon you to deliver. never received any recognition for a good day's work - just focuses on the development areas in where you have not been able to help a customer
BANK MANAGER (Current Employee) – North West – 13 December 2019
A professional place to work with the opportunity to expand your knowledge and experience day in day out , challenges vary from customers to changing dynamics the ever changing world of banking does make you wonder what the job will look like in 5 years .
Career path, huge organisation, good friendly staff
Lloyds, like many other Banks has changed over many years - Internet banking is now the future which has reduced the workforce and has resulted in a very competitive environment that has created increasing pressure on its employees.
Intern, good management. very multicultural. senior staff assists junior staff in helping them familiarize with the daily job description. Supervisors follow up with interns and junior worker on daily basis to measure the degree of progress.