Typical day at work involves servicing clients with various tasks from deposits, withdrawals, inquires, opening of new accounts, uncovering needs and solutions through conversations.
I learned how to develop a passion for the customer and their needs, I became more committed to them and more understanding.
Management is horrible theirs no sense of direction as to where the business is going. This is true for my area at least, it all really depends which area you get. I've heard great things from other districts.
Co-workers vary I mean I've worked with a bit of everyone from annoying to peaceful to mad and angry all the time, to professionals. If you got a good team where everyone is on the same page and is understanding to each others needs than it can be the most wonderful feeling, But if you go to work every day to deal with bothersome co-workers than your day and life just drags* not a good feeling. Since we spend more time at work than we do at home.
Hardest part of the job is pressure from higher ups, also the sense of job security is always lingering in the back of your sub conscious. Every year theirs job cuts and closing of branches in the retail division. Something is always happening every year. Hiring /recruiting freeze's etc. Also theirs no raises, everything is practically based on commission.
Most enjoyable part of the job is most holidays off, 2 weeks vacation, 6 sick days. And basically being able to go home at the end of the day in my opinion is the most enjoyable part.
Short breaks, working OT by force.