NAB - National Australia Bank Employee Reviews
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Working at NAB teaches you a lot about working professionally to high standards. NAB has a great culture of delivery compared to other organisations I've been exposed to and they are professional, fair and competitive when it comes to delivering products and services with the industry. An opportunity for NAB is to improve their base salary in line with the other major financial institutions in Australia, as this will help retain talent from looking externally to supplement their living expenses with ever increasing costs of living.
Culture, Communication, Professional, Data Insights
Salary, Work Events, Long Hours
Have had enough of the micromanagement. I despise the RTM system. It's like being on a treadmill. I want out. My boss is a micro manager to the core. They don't like to be questioned and are not good at defending a less than convincing position on an issue when queried.
Boring work that are repetitive, while being micromanaged. Everything is about meeting producitivty and SLA. Very micromanaging, but at the very least was lenient with leaves and emergency stuff.
Good work life balance if you get lucky enough to get a nice manager
It is more who you know rather than your knowledge or experience that matters, managers play favoritism
I worked in a few different roles over a number of years in the marketing department. I found the culture to be one that is strong and supportive, although competitive at times.Roles were often complex and involved managing challenging stakeholder relationships which could make a simple project a larger task. But with mentoring and support from good people leaders you will find the opportunity to grow.
Large organisation that you can 'get lost' in
Employees of NAB are poorly trained robots who have no idea the effects the lies they tell their customers as they say a computer makes decions for them lying to customers.
Money for misinformation
Trying to look interested while lying to customers
- I learnt many new personal and industry skills. - I come in at 9 am and work from 9.30 am to 6 pm. (P.S. I was suppose to end at 4 pm) - Lunch break from 11.30 am to 12 pm or 12 pm to 12.30 pm. - I’m always busy during 1-2 pm. - Workplace culture was collaborative, low-key competitive, involving, friendly and welcoming.
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I enjoyed the majority of my working life at Nab. I was given opportunities to learn and grow as a person and professionally. I worked with smart, forward thinking, progressive and intelligent managers for most of the time that I was with Nab.
Growth and room to progress
Demanding, stressful environment
I was employed at NAB for 26 years and worked through various departments such as accounts management, collections, personal banking and business banking specialising in commercial loans between $5m-$30m. I enjoyed my time at the organisation which had a good culture and good leadership team.