Money Room Clerk (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – October 15, 2015
As a teller your in a dirty room processing store deposits, ATM deposits or bagging money for at least 9-12 hours a day. There was a bunch of drama with new employees vs the older ones thats been there for more than 10 years and half are at the retiring age. Change and new procedures will never happen at the Detroit location because everyone is stuck in thier ways and management hangs with the employess. Favorism is throwen around and people lie inorder to prevent you opportunity advancement. The only Good thing is the annual pay raise and the housing raise but if you thinking about advancment this is not the place to be....
Money Processing Supervisor (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – October 12, 2015
Hours very depending on the time of the year and holidays. Can be stressful if employees call off, due to staffing shortages. Minimal involvement by upper management due to trust in employees and above average training for the position.
Cash logistics processor (Former Employee) – philadelphia pa – October 11, 2015
I liked working there, just not a lot of help. Which made work days very long. Good management, and helpful managers. The pay was good, couldve been better. I liked the amount of overtime I got. I made a lot of friends.
Onboarding Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Coppell, TX – October 8, 2015
Great company to work for. Great with their employees as well as balanced between home and work. Positive environment and customer service based. Constant meetings on improvement for both internal and external customers.customers. Definitely growing in the right direction.
Excessive long hours, not a good career for people with spouses and / or children
teller (Former Employee) – Charlotte, NC – October 4, 2015
The hours are ridiculous! When you interview management does not explain that a normal 8 hour shift job is 12 hours with the company. A person can work up to 17 hours or more EVERYDAY!! No one is allowed to leave until the work is complete. Regardless if you have commitments after working all day til night, no one is allowed to go until he or she speaks to a supervisor. There is not enough staff for the amount of workload in the office. They need to create 2 shifts in the office but management constantly says it is not necessary. That is not true! It is a definite need!! The office is extremely unorganized, there is no stability, no proper training, people get tired and that causes a lot of other issues management seems to not comprehend. The level of communication and ownership does not take place. Basically the office need to make major changes if they plan to retain the employees they currently have and any future employees.
able to listen to music with headphones on while working
extreme long hours, unorganized office setting, no proper company training
Brink's is a solid company to work for. There are numerous avenues for career mobility. The pay (in my opinion under some specific circumstances) may not be appropriate for some positions, due to risk/danger. Aside from this, Brink's is a decent employer overall.
Need to be willing to work in a fast pace environment.
Teller, Vault (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – September 14, 2015
Unfortunately I can't give you a typical day at work because of security reasons but I can tell you that I learned how to handle a lot of money. Management was cool very easy going and able to get along with. Some of my co-workers were hard to get along with but all in all ok to work with. The hardest part of the job is that you don't get breaks and some times a 10-15 min break helps out to get threw a stressful day. The most enjoyable part of the job is working for awesome managers.
CASH LOGISTICS TELLER (Current Employee) – West Springfield, MA – September 12, 2015
I love working here. The people are friendly and if you like a challenge, this place is full of them. Very fast paced as each task has a quota and a time limit. It feels so good to know that i can be trusted enough to handle a large amount of money each day.
Awesome benefits, 401K plan, every so often management buys lunch
some conflicts of time and certain days are heavier workflow than others
Manager (Current Employee) – Montgomery, AL – August 25, 2015
A typical workday consisted of getting the routes out for work. I had 22 employees and 11 trucks that i was responsible for. I learned to deal with different personalities and different work related issues. My most enjoyable part of my job was keeping my employees safe and making sure my customers were happy.