Sekerbank Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Şekerbank A.Ş was founded in 1953 as the Sugar Beet Cooperative Bank in Eskişehir, Turkey. In 1956 the bank relocated to Ankara and was renamed to Şekerbank. The initial public offering of the bank was carried out in 1997 and in 2004 the Bank relocated its Headquarters again, this time to Istanbul, Turkey.
An employee shared this in a review, "Bad management, bad culture of company. Low salary and no bonus included. They used to be a government bank and still have that mentality. Not the company to work for if you want to instigate change. Everything is changing and not for the benefit of the employees. You could retire without getting any promotions at all."
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