Pros: willingness to train someone with no expierience, the environment, and most of all my regular customers
Cons: no benefits and very limited hours
A typical day at work consists of greeting customers, Opening and closing accounts, Balancing cash, Cashing checks, Processing money orders, Western unions, Credit card payments, and Cross selling merchandise.
I've learned how to exceed a customers expectations in any way possible, How to handle large sums of cash, the difference between all types of – more... accounts and products at hand, and most of all how important being a team player and personal growth is to the success of a company.
When it comes to co-workers; I couldn't have asked for a better group. Co- workers at this establishment were supportive, Uplifting, and would do anything in their power to help you succeed; Whether it be defusing a problem with an upset customer or simply you just having questions. The same goes for the management. They were what you call leaders; Not bosses.
I would have to say the hardest part of the job was convincing military retirees and family members that have been with their other banks for 10 or more years to start banking with us. The key to that was letting them know that being a smaller institution; we were truly there to fulfill their needs in a personal manner. – less