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United Overseas Bank Employee Reviews for Management Trainee

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A typical day begins at 8.45 a.m. by employees checking into office and signing their name on the register book. An employee would start going through client files and make a list of important appointments and requests in order to establish priorities and enhance workflow efficiency and effectiveness. In between, the employee may initiate or receive communication from the client on matters involving banking services and products. Around lunch hour, depending on the level of activity in the office, the employee could arrange for a lunch meeting with colleagues or clients who are seeking additional facilities or information on term deposit rates. The cycle then repeats until after lunch where the employee continues to review business cases and address various events at they come from both internal and external stakeholder groups.
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