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Managers only care about targets and sales. They do not care if you have worked 12 hours. It is essentially culture that you have to stay till late unless you've already hit your sales targets.
Long hours, No work life balance, No life in general
Kinda don’t like the work culture there, manager is not friendly at all. New to the environment but their expectation on new comer is high. Don’t recommend you to work there if you can’t take stress or long working hours.
Exposure to working with other teams
long hours, bad culture
Working as a contractual staff in OCBC. OCBC Bank is a fantastic place to work, you can learn a lot of things here not only on a technical basis but also on how to deal with other people.
good working environment within my department
Long working hours, insane amount of workload
The bank has a very bad integration with supporting departments (eg, credit team is not able to provide an indicative financing amount but instead they will ask how much does client want) Poor business foresight by higher management and they do not value and groom staff (the management does not provide the necessary resources, resources are heavily skewed to a handful of people)
No foresight and is always constantly firefighting. Constantly rush to be the first in the market by only addressing the current problem without thinking about the problem that might face in the future and then rush to fight fire when a new one arises
I am just an intern but colleague and supervisor are really nice. They really support each other. Nice to work with them. But I don't have a lot of experiences to know each other well because the world is facing Covid 19 Pandemic and we have to work from home.
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Working at a bank rewards you in temrs of the salary options but can get repetitive and dull in the long run. Not much challenging. Administrative decisions can take more time delaying the overall output of the project.