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Rural Bank

  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Culture at Rural Bank

9.4 rating for Culture, based on 5 reviews
Please describe your company's culture both in the office and after hours. Let us know about the structure and hierarchy, cooperation and teamwork, and socialising amongst colleagues.
Culture is great with the company consisting of great people. This includes after hours events and catch-ups. The company has a horizontal organisation structure.
Graduate, Brisbane
The company's culture is fantastic. The office is very open, and the executive are easy to talk to and happy to help their staff. The staff all get along well, with their being events organised outside of office hours that are fun and allow you to get to know your colleagues
Graduate, Bendigo
The banks Executive team are very approachable and I meet with a number of them in the first week and have frequent interactions with - something pretty unique to Rural Bank from what I have heard about other banks. Opportunities to collaborate with other areas of the bank occur regularly and you are given the opportunity and time to participate in these. Examples of these are in areas such as on new products, promotional offerings to clients & staff safety. Regional offices have good social structures where you feel welcomed in the office and part of the team.
Graduate, Horsham, Victoria
Every employee is happy to help out whether you've been here for a week or 20 years. The business values cooperation and understands that teamwork is key to success.
Graduate, Adelaide
The collaboration within the company is fantastic as everyone is working for a common goal. Everyone is approachable, even our most senior leaders and everyone is always willing to help out when needed. Their is a terrific social side to the company with a very active and fun social club across the entire network. Their have been plenty of laughs to date that's for sure.
Midlevel, Wagga Wagga