Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank)

Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank)

Banking/Financial Services

4.3
4.3025 out of 5

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4 out of 5

Operation Executive

Jan 2020

by Operation Executive on Jan 2020

As an operation officer you have to know everything from A-Z

The good things

Benefits are Amazing
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The challenges

Management expectations is for you to be prefect which is inhuman like.
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4 out of 5

Team leader

Jan 2020

by Team leader on Jan 2020

Great responsibility and excessive workloads

The good things

Great working Environment. Very good staff benefits. Supportive bosses and colleagues
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The challenges

Meet deadlines and huge workload
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Analyst

Jan 2020

by Analyst on Jan 2020

Not recommended

The good things

Colleagues are helpful, management doesn't not back subordinates, discourage external exams.
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The challenges

Very demanding for average salary i.e. long working hours
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3 out of 5

Financial advisor

Dec 2019

by Financial advisor on Dec 2019

GOOD BENEFITS COMES WITH HECTIC WORK

The good things

BENEFITS GOOD BUT NO WORKING LIFE BALANCE. NEED TO IMPROVE THE MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION SIDE. NO MONOPOLY AND NEED TO VOICE UP OUR STAND. THE BENEFITS ARE SO SO SO SO GOOD. BUT NEED TO WORK HARD AND HARDER TO STAND N THIS COMPANY.
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The challenges

BRANDING. NEED TO TAKE GOOD NAME OF COMPANY AS PER LARGER BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICE IN OUR COUNTRY. NEED TO FOCUS BUT THE WORKING ENVIRONMENT QUITE NOT HEALTHY SINCE ONE AND ANOTHER NEED TO DO BAD TO OTHERS TO STAND IN THEIR POSITION.
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4 out of 5

personal financial advisor

Dec 2019

by personal financial advisor on Dec 2019

learn a lot of new knowledge especially on banking industry

The good things

learn on how to build relationship and create sales culture with customer
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The challenges

difficulty on getting close sales
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5 out of 5

Internship trainee

Dec 2019

by Internship trainee on Dec 2019

Gaining a lot of exposure

The good things

Structured internship program where the intern will be rotated across the different department in order to get the first-hand experience
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The challenges

Gaining knowledge and be familiarized with the bank's product and services as it offers a lot of product and services.
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3 out of 5

Consumer Sales Executive

Dec 2019

by Consumer Sales Executive on Dec 2019

Working hours is flexible for sales person. The hardest part of the job is the sales target and KPI given. Workplace culture is very good and friendly.

The good things

The colleagues are supportive and friendly.
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The challenges

The hardest part of the job is the sales target and KPI given
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4 out of 5

Relationship manager

Dec 2019

by Relationship manager on Dec 2019

a tough yet a lot of useful learning experience

The good things

get to learn a lot of things about the financial services and also on how the bank really works
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The challenges

always need to achieve the target being given by the management
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5 out of 5

Micro Credit executive

Dec 2019

by Micro Credit executive on Dec 2019

Good experience with tiger brand

The good things

Maybank have benefit in term of medical, bonus and others benefit that staff can enjoy it
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The challenges

Good practice on all descriptions of job.
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5 out of 5

Administrative

Dec 2019

by Administrative on Dec 2019

I used to do industrial training at the Pahang State Farmers Organization

The good things

I have the experience to perform the duties of administrative assistant and direction given by the general manager efficiently in a comfortable and comfortable environment.
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The challenges

dealing with more experienced people and ways to cope
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