Routine work, learned a lot.
Pros: Good learning experience
Cons: Rude people, terrible culture
I worked in the currency processing room. The day to day work was very repetitive and routine. As advancements, would learn new duties. For the most part did deposits, filled orders, and lots and lots of balancing and verifying. Worked til the work was done, so over time happened. The co-workers were difficult to connect with, especially management. Very rude and berating on mistakes or miscommunications, or things not being done just right, instead of being constructive. Lots of gossip and drama. As a woman working with a lot of men, the culture was not very conductive nor appealing. But, I did learn a lot about currency and logistics. Benefits were pretty good (at the time I was there). I left on my own terms to stay home with my kids.