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5 days ago

(PT) Teller/CSR

Bank of the Ozarks Hot Springs, AR

Job Purpose and Scope: To attract new customers, to serve existing customers both in person and by telephone; to provide the kind of service which… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Teller/CSR

Bank of the Ozarks Hot Springs, AR +3 locations

Job Purpose and Scope: To attract new customers, to serve existing customers both in person and by telephone; to provide the kind of service which… Glassdoor


3 days ago

VP – new

Bank of the Ozarks Leasing, Anywhere

Job Purpose and Scope: The origination, servicing, and collection of small business loans/leases. Essential Job Functions: • Collecting for… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Assistant Branch Manager

Bank of the Ozarks Hot Springs, AR

Job Purpose and Scope: Daily supervision of operations and personnel at branch office and coordination of customer service and business development… Glassdoor


Bank of the Ozarks Reviews

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Bank of the Ozarks Chairman and CEO, Bank of the Ozarks, Inc. and Bank of the Ozarks George G. Gleason
George G. Gleason
7 Ratings
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    Terrible experience

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    Former Employee - Teller/Customer Service Representative
    Former Employee - Teller/Customer Service Representative

    I worked at Bank of the Ozarks part-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Good benefits for the customers, above average pay for college students, typical holidays off and bankers hours, the usual

    Cons

    Our company was bought out by this company, and my location was shortly shut down afterwards and our jobs were lost. The problem wasn't the displacement from our jobs, but the way in which it was handled (which was very distasteful). There was a very strong lack of communication in the short amount of time that we remained after the buyout which made things very confusing and disheartening. It was more being like the redheaded stepchildren of the company instead of the team.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Keep in mind that the smaller people in the company are the worker bees that make the company run. Without them, day-to-day processes would not be possible and the customer service aspect that everyone speaks so highly of would be lost. Before you decide you want to step on the little guys, remember that they're the face of the company and if you weed out the good ones there aren't going to be more left. EVERYONE is human, so don't dehumanize them just because they make a little less.

    Doesn't Recommend
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