Pros: getting pay out for sales, bonuses
Cons: bad management, benefits, health insurance
A typical day at work would be helping customers with account maintance, opening accounts, inputting loans in the early morning. Then my manager would come and make me go be a teller even though I was a banker and I had sale goals to meet as a banker.
Management didn't follow the code of ethics, they were "VERY UNPROFESSIONAL" and would talk about other employees to other employees and spread gossip in the office. Not all employees were treated equal.
If there was a position open in the branch they wouldn't post it so everyone could apply, they would already have someone chosen for that position.
Most of my co-workers were great to work with, some of us were like a family.
The job wasn't hard , I loved being a fincancial service rep. II. Unfortunetly the hardest part of my job was being taking advantage of and being asked if I would like to transfer to a branch close to home and then being laid of because, they said they didn't need another FSRII at that branch. Very sneeky and wrong.
Most enjoyable part of my job was doing the job I was hired for, and not being a teller. also, the customers, so many of them were very nice.