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Key strives to create an informal and collaborative culture where teammates are encouraged to talk to their managers and regularly express their concerns or point of view so that management can respond.
At Key, we support our teammates with work-life balance, an inclusive environment, exceptional benefits, plus comprehensive career development resources and guidance—all designed to keep you moving forward.
The pandemic has caused many college students to miss out on internship experiences in summer 2020. But not at KeyBank, where the company welcomed 275 talented interns and—through virtual and in-bank experiences—helped them safely gain important, real-world experience to boost their future financial careers.
While many companies offer their employees compensation beyond regular pay — everything from health insurance and dental benefits to pretax public transportation passes —top companies are focused on providing a total package of benefits to improve their employees' well-being.
Potential KeyBank candidates and new hires often ask "how can I be successful in my role?" and "what type of person thrives at Key?"
The leadership skills and work ethic of veterans and their spouses are invaluable to the success of modern businesses and precisely what organizations look for in new employees.
The financial services industry has been making headlines as one of the best fields to work in. Even entry-level salaries are significantly higher than the national median income, job growth is faster than average, and it has the lowest employee turnover rate out of all nongovernmental sectors.
Part of our mission at KeyBank is to empower our employees — as well as our clients and communities — to thrive. Because of this, we've rethought the work-life balancing act and taken a more holistic approach to foster our employees' personal well-being.
At Key, we believe in the importance of empowering employees and have made it a priority to foster the development and growth of all team members. Yet in the United States, people with disabilities will still experience severe hurdles in employment. According to the Institute on Disability, in 2017, people with disabilities were nearly 50 percent less likely to be employed than people without disabilities.
You don't need to major in business to launch a successful career in the financial services industry. Walk around a finance company today and you may be surprised at the employees' range of backgrounds. In addition to hiring graduates from business management and finance degree programs, many financial services companies actively seek out students with UX Design, Analytics, Engineering, Cybersecurity, and other specialties, as the industry rapidly evolves to meet changing market and client dynamics.
A hallmark of an exceptional workplace is one where you're encouraged to be your authentic self, but what does that mean?
More companies are recognizing the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance — especially when their employees are parents. While professional mentors are essential to career development, a parent-employee resource group can be a great way to learn and share experiences with your fellow working-parents.