SBI is a brand that needs no advertisements. However the working condition of employees is not that great. You have to remain prepared 24×7 to meet the arbitrary demands of customers, management and government. If you like to finish your work then there is no end of day. But despite hard work there is satisfaction when you help the needy. There is a handsome salary and a good fraternity. If you like money and stability go for it. But if you wish a balanced life style.....then.......think before you join.
bank cashier (Former Employee) – bangalore india – January 18, 2018
I worked in India's largest bank as a Cash officer for five years. I have good experience of customer management and credit analysis. I was responsible for managing the ATMs and cash deposits. These are complementary skills that can be useful in project and people management.
The vision of sbi is customer first and customer satisfaction
Marketing Intern for SBI BUDDY (Former Employee) – IN – January 14, 2018
During the marketing internship program I got an opportunity to be part of marketing SBI‘s latest product “SBI BUDDY”. Buddy a mobile wallet and also semi-closed prepaid wallet which you can use to transfer money to other wallet users and bank accounts. I got an opportunity to market this product on SBI BUDDY promotion 1 and SBI BUDDY promotion 2. I had marketed this product and achieved 1000+ downloads within 2 days.I realized that service is the most important aspect a bank follows and through good service we can achieve the ultimate aim.
Within a short span of time I was able to understand marketing aspect of banking enivironment
Complaint resolution of the customers need to be more prompt from bank
I enjoyed very much while performing my duties.SBI is a great place to build your career with ample genuine support from everyone.Most enjoyable part was when I satisfy any customer ,..........that was a wow moment for me. Thanks!
Probationary Bank Officer (Former Employee) – Hyderabad, Telangana – December 18, 2017
SBI is a great place to work for,since it being a financial corporation which is owned by the Government of India! SBI is one of the oldest banks in India and hence many citizens of the country have their accounts here and thus it's like being in service to your countrymen by helping them out.
I have personally learned so much about banking practices while working here .
Government Job so it comes with its perks of allowances.
The job gives you a great learning curve but you have to ready for immense work pressure. Usually there is long working hours with occasional cancelled holidays. But the bank hosts the brightest brains in Credit and forex, so you may have a great opportunity to learn stuff
Deputy Manager (Current Employee) – Kolkata, West Bengal – December 3, 2017
We need typical management skills to controll and run branch operations. Legacy issues are a hindrance but the bank is well equipped technologically to overcome the same. We need to have Good learning skill as products are very fast changing and every other day there is new thing coming up.
Chief Manager (Current Employee) – Goa – November 19, 2017
SBI is now a behemoth which is line with top global Banks. This indeed is matter of pride, however what SBI lacks is proper structure esp. HR. There is no HR here, some stupid person with no background in HR or Employee engagement will sitting and troubling people. So, if the best practices of HR are put in place then this place is best to be Secondly, many people here have worked their life here and hence do not have proper exposure as in private banks and hence they think only in the SBI terms which is quite detrimental. Working in various organizations makes a person more mature and confident. Though some of the officials (Mid & Senior level) are really smart and top class, the majority lack the finish. Thirdly, a BIG FAT EGO, yes it is still run like British slavery, where the top management doesn't heed to the plight of its staff nor the ground reality and never listens, every boss here thinks he is big person. If there could a colleague rapport building training wherein each colleague respects the other colleague and cordially get the work done, then this place would be heaven. Fourthly, TRANSEFRS, yes I have seen most deserving people not taking promotions because they may have to shift eventually destabilizing their family life. Many husband wives working bank are staying in two different places, some have quit because of this too. FAMILY MATTERS and yes lastly LONG WORKING HOURS this is very annoying as the young generation as well some mid level people value work life balance and the Bank should heed to this if it wants its talent to stay. Now, the postive ones aremore... JOB SECURITY, WIDE EXPOSURE from Branch banking, operations, IT, Policy making etc. Colleagues are treated more like a family member here. And yes GOOD PERKS.less
Good perks, Wide exposure, Respect, Great colleagues
Working hours, Zero robust hr policies, Ego maniac bosses
Relationship Manager Small Enterprise (Current Employee) – Maharashtra – October 31, 2017
A lot of security and pretty fair remuneration if you are tough enough. The organisation is excellent, though your boss will define your experience. The HR policies will have you scratching your head at the best of times.
A great place to start your career.
Unlimited exposure to financial system in India and abroad