Micro-managing, unrealistic goals
Universal Banker (Current Employee) – WI – March 27, 2015
A typical day at work as a Universal Banker ...up at the teller line most of the day, while up at the teller line(which as a UB you will be up here A LOT) You will be called on to cover bathroom and lunch breaks etc. While up at the teller line you are to talk every customer into signing up for a product..ie: checking, savings, mortgage, ODP, CC etc. You are watched like a hawk and every conversation you have is listened to by the service manager , then you will be coached as in what /what not to say for the next time. Meetings, meetings, meetings. Unattainable sales goals. Have to stay 2 nights a week for call nights. Basically cold calling people during dinner hours to try and get them to come in for an appointment. And you do not get sales leads. You have to dig thru old work to find your appointments, calls, referrals etc. If you like being micro managed ...this is the job for you. Co-workers at my branch are rude,dry, and disrespectful. There is nothing fun about this job. The hardest part of the job...is coming into work everyday. The most enjoyable part of the job is leaving work for the day!
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poor management, unrealistic sales goals, verrrry slow paced