Overall reviews at Allied Irish Bank
A good place to work.
I worked in one of the head offices in Dublin. Really good environment and nice offices to the work in.
Social events were organised and overall enjoyable place to work
ProsGood pension plan
Good place to work
Good place to work but not longer exists so it is difficult to say much more than that. I believe it was amalgamated with another company but I'm unsure of the name.
A disorganised work environment
Work environment is pretty much run by contractors. While this isn't necessarily a bad thing, too many people can sometimes hamper productivity and there are definitely too many outside staff employed on projects with very little outside guidance.
Hard to progress in this Company. Many areas promote from within their own department. Internal process is competency based and not very realistic. Pay and reward is non existent.
Good company to work for very busy. Staff are friendly. Training was second to none and ongoing which was good. I do feel though that they need to filter out the long termers who feel its okay to slack off & do very little, otherwise they will continue to lose more good staff over bad. I'm sorry I left.
Prosstaff, training, busy environment, friendly
ConsAs mentioned they need to filter out the long termers, who feel its okay to slack off, do very little, otherwise they will continue to lose more good staff over bad
I am extremely satisfied with the support
I am extremely satisfied with the support and working experience with the higher level management,
Strictly adhere process and compliance which leads completing the project on time.
Good area to start out your career, in a very positive working environment. Unfortunately, promotions can be slow and 18 months later, my graduate salary of 27k still remains unchanged.
Conssalary and lack of promotion
Excellent intern opportunity
As part of my business degree I worked for 12 months through a placement scheme with AIB home mortgages. During my time here I worked in several departments including Lending, Accounts & Customer Service.
My responsibilities included:
Assessing loan applications based on given criteria & making a recommendations on the viability of the loan.
Providing customer service, providing assistance on a wide variety of issues relating to home mortgages.
Maintaining customer document files relating to their mortgage.
Great place to work.
My day consited of orgainsiing the day to day running and upkepp of hte builkding. As well as operating the courier depot and post room.
Fun and relaxed environment
Once training is complete and you are good at your job very relaxed job with great colleagues, good pay and flexible hours. Really enjoyed shift work for this company.
Challenging environment, but a positive future outlook.
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Customer Service Representative | Galway, NY
| 27 Oct 2016
Mainly on the floor helping new customers with the new technologies within the bank. Nice summer internship spanning over the course of 3 months
Customer Insights Analyst | Dublin, ON
| 22 Oct 2015
Good place too work
Good place to work as people are supportive and fun to be around. I imagine it will get better now they are back to profitability and government is selling their shares back into the public.
ProsPeople & work enviroment
ConsSupport for those looking to progress, lack of defined career progression for those in corporate roles
Telephonist | Bromley
| 16 Mar 2019
good place to work
very nice team to work with. I enjoyed working for this company and found it a very rewarding position. I would recommend this company to anyone. A very good company to work for.
Accountant | London
| 4 Dec 2018
Nice company to work for.
Good work/life balance.
Lot of manual work that can be automated.
Mgt are senior - could do with younger people - new ideas.
ProsGood work/life balance
ConsLot of manual work that could be automated.