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Management at Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Group
- Average rating for Management, based on 13 reviews8.1 / 10
How accessible are managers and do they make good mentors? You may want to address internal communication, performance feedback or praise and recognition.
Most are very good. Communication is done well most times.
Open door to all managers no matter their level. Approachable, friendly and offering praise and constructive feedback to enhance the learning experience.
It varies by manager - our feedback and recognition policies are followed to different degrees depending on who you are working with. Informal feedback has tended to be more prevalent that formal feedback procedures.
Managers are very accessible. Lots of exposure to Executive and management.
It depends on the role. My current manager is fantastic, I get open and honest feedback which is also timely. I have had one poor manager of the five I have had, so not bad!
Internal communication is lacking, particularly if you aren't working in a head office.
Very accessible due to activity based working. Also a more formal check in with your manager each quarter for feedback and personalised career goal setting. Mentoring program for graduates that is available for all staff.
My immediate managers are very accessible and integral to my development