U.S. Bancorp

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can't tell you how much I hate elan aka us bancorp

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Where I live I can't go to their bank or talk to a real person!
They are squeezing us to go on line to tell the whole fucking world about my privacy! Their way or no way!

Their card member service ELAN is at the same address of "THE US TREASURY DEPT" >>>>>>>GO FIGURE!

The next step is ALL ELECTRONIC MONEY>>>>NO MORE PAPER!
Customer
Anonymous

a bad place to work

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I developed a way to save money for the bank. I was laid off right after that. It was my friends who told me later that the pilot program of my project saved bank 2 million dollars. It is a zombie bank.
Ex-Employee
Someone

BAD

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Rip Off Zombie Bank. Stay away
Customer
Someone
1

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US Bank just laid off many of their Asset backed securities people today. This was the division they bought from Bank of America. And this same day Bank of America laid off more of the remaining employees at BofA from that division.
Employee
Someone

We are having layoffs

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Yes, this is right, like so many other companies, we are also going through layoff processes now a days. It is uncertain whether you have a job tomorrow or you are handed over a termination letter saying you are no more needed.
Employee
Someone
2

Layoffs

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On March 10, US Bank (Riverbank) laid off several hundred employees. This came after a mandatory 2 weeks unpaid was introduced to prevent layoffs. The 2 weeks unpaid made the news, but the layoffs did not make the news. Why? No information about the selection for lay off process was provided and employees were forced to sign waivers of "no contest" in order to receive severance pay. In the aftermath, those identified ex-employees are mostly in the 50+ age group, highly educated and experienced, hence were probably the more highly compensated, experienced employees. Do uneducated, low paid employees really make the best employees?
Ex-Employee
Someone
3

Recent layoffs

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I was recently laid off, along with over 50 others, from US Bank in Milwaukee. They told us that because they were eliminating our department, they would waive the "2 weeks' notice" requirement if we found other work, and go ahead and give us our unused vacation. They lied. When I questioned where my unused vacation dollars were, I was told that because I only gave one week's notice, I had no money coming to me. LIARS!!!!! Typical US Bank - say one thing, but do what's best for THEM.
Employee
Someone
2.5

U.S. Bank Cutbacks 3/17/2009

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A dozen employees in my area have lost their jobs and were part of the U.S. Bancorp Cutbacks effective 3/17/09. They had been employed at the bank around 22-35 years and are between the ages of 47-64. Because several are not old enough, they have lost their retiree credits and other benefits. Several also had to forfeit their stock options. Because of losing their jobs, they only had 1 month after their last day to excise; USB stock at low, so they had to forfeit them. It seems the economy is making it most difficult for the more knowledgeable, most loyal, skilled and experienced employees to keep their jobs.
Employee
Someone

I like it here

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I have been working for US Bancorp for well over 2 years and I love it. The pay is great, increments after every year. Benefits: dental, health and medical benefits with low payments from my side. The senior management is very good - employees have all the recourses to work efficiently. Unluckily the middle level management is not up to the mark and in my opinion some people should be axed if this company wants to improve.
Employee
Someone
3.25

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