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A typical day as a loan officer includes speaking with customers, putting in loan applications, and clearing conditions. I've learned a great deal about being a loan officer, but most of the experience is learned while on the job as opposed to training beforehand. The management team is knowledgeable, easy to work with, and caring. I always feel that I can approach a member of management should I have questions or concerns. The laid-back culture makes a stressful industry less trying, as well as more fun compared to other banks where I worked previously. This results in a vast majority of your clients being angry. I enjoy the company and the work environment that I come to everyday. Real estate agents make it a point to tell you they hate working with Guardian due to poor processing/UW. I have worked in banking with other companies in the past and with Guardian there is not this ominous feeling of pressure, but yet I still feel myself trying to exceed my goals and I have the tools and support to do so. Processors talk badly about other LO’s and management. If Guardian Savings Bank is still around in 100 years, I will not be surprised. Loan officers get no acknowledgement, owner chases the skirts and makes no bones about it. UW’s are widely known to be extremely rude and unpleasant. I wouldn’t advise anyone to work here or Union Savings Bank. Common to hear “Does the bank want to make money or are the UW’s going to kill every deal.” It’s definitely a boys club. The bank President doesn’t know how to use email, so he hand writes everything. The owners will try to cut your commission, despite having a car collection worth 120 million (no joke). Ethics are terrible and the lending process is a nightmare. They allow the team lead to only access the email leads and then provide them with incentive for creating loans just like the rest. A typical day as a loan officer includes speaking with customers, putting in loan applications, and clearing conditions. I've learned a great deal about being a loan officer, but most of the experience is learned while on the job as opposed to training beforehand. The management team is knowledgeable, easy to work with, and caring. I always feel that I can approach a member of management should I have questions or concerns. The laid-back culture makes a stressful industry less trying, as well as more fun compared to other banks where I worked previously. This results in a vast majority of your clients being angry. I enjoy the company and the work environment that I come to everyday. Real estate agents make it a point to tell you they hate working with Guardian due to poor processing/UW. I have worked in banking with other companies in the past and with Guardian there is not this ominous feeling of pressure, but yet I still feel myself trying to exceed my goals and I have the tools and support to do so. Processors talk badly about other LO’s and management. If Guardian Savings Bank is still around in 100 years, I will not be surprised. Loan officers get no acknowledgement, owner chases the skirts and makes no bones about it. UW’s are widely known to be extremely rude and unpleasant. I wouldn’t advise anyone to work here or Union Savings Bank. Common to hear “Does the bank want to make money or are the UW’s going to kill every deal.” It’s definitely a boys club. The bank President doesn’t know how to use email, so he hand writes everything. The owners will try to cut your commission, despite having a car collection worth 120 million (no joke). Ethics are terrible and the lending process is a nightmare. They allow the team lead to only access the email leads and then provide them with incentive for creating loans just like the rest.

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