What Do You Do If You Go Into Your Bank And Find The Bank President/ceo Has All Of Sudden Left The Branch Office And They Are Usually The One You Talk To About Your Problems?

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Lorren Jones Profile
Lorren Jones answered
Um, I'm a little confused but I think that its a bad way to run things. I'm not sure why, it just seemed like the right answer to me. I would also be disappointed that my most favored bank person has left.
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John
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Ex: This shows the bank is not as stable as i thought and they are getting rid of the more shall we say stable members of their corporation to cut the budget/cost of operations and they hold no value in their senior staff when they cut them after 17-18 years. Also the banks training program is also lacking.all the other workers would say is she left all of a sudden.this also shows the banks heartlessness forcing her out at christmas time.
Jacquelyn Mathis Profile
I would be upset, and my trust in the bank would be lost, because there was a failure on the banks part to inform the people that banked there, when and why this person left, if it was on good terms. Sudden loss of an employee isn't going to give the bank a good name, and won't leave you with a good taste in your mouth for the banks manner of taking care of business. I would think about sitting down with the new ceo, getting to know this person, and if for whatever reason you aren't comfortable, I suggest that you look for a new bank to deal with. Hope this helps you out.
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Since i don't no the banks whole story i can not name them. Let's just say their name has 3 letters in it and the first letter is between j and l and it's something you unlock a door with......i think it's definitely a bad show of faith and how to run a company to dump someone just before christmas after 17-18- years of loyal service.the other banks are even worse they hire and fire like they have a revolving door.makes me sick to see what america has came to.

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