Teller/Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Burkeville, VA – September 17, 2016
I am am very detailed oriented, I enjoy working individually and in groups, I feel that communication, notes, and follow up is a big part of having a successful business relationship with customers and co workers, I enjoy learning new things, and I enjoy meeting and working with people.
System Administrator (Current Employee) – Lake Wales, FL – July 11, 2016
My typical day on the jobs starts at about 4am and ends at 5pm. I have learned a great deal, especially Hyper-V and banking operations/processes/procedures. Most of management, most of the workers, and most of my co-workers lack integrity, professionalism, and ethics. The most difficult part of the job is working with these people. This is by far the worst company I have ever worked. Sr. Management is the worst; they spend more time not working than working. There is nothing I enjoy about my job except to say that this place is where I found my future bride.
Work environment lack professionalism, ethics, and integrity.
Great place to work with a family-like atmosphere.
Bank Teller (Former Employee) – Van Buren, AR – October 22, 2015
As a drive-thru teller you at this bank (Cloverleaf) you will be expected to at least do the following: -receive and count working cash at beginning of shift -identify customers, validate and cash checks -accept cash and checks for deposit and check accuracy of deposit slip -process cash withdrawals -perform specialized tasks such as preparing cashier's checks, personal money orders -perform services for customers such as ordering checks -receive and verify loan payments, mortgage payments -record all transactions promptly, accurately and in compliance with bank procedures -balance currency, cash and checks in cash drawer at end of each shift -answer inquiries regarding checking and savings accounts and other bank related products -attempt to resolve issues and problems with customer's accounts -ensure compliance with all internal controls and established policies and procedures
This company believes in helping their employees continue in their education. The managers will often help you workout a schedule if you are attending school, they will also invite you to workshops held at the nearby adult education center that could help you at your job; such as learning to work Excel.
When you work in the drive-thru you are typically going to be spending 10 hours a day with one or two other people, so it is VERY important to learn how to get along.
The hardest part of the job would have to be not being able to help out a customer because of certain regulations and you know how bad they need the help.
Avid listening, clear communication, and patience are absolutelymore... necessary for this job. It is very easy for the customer and yourself to become agitated while you are trying to handle their money properly when even one of the necessary components is missing.
The best part of the job is balancing your drawer at the end of the day and those moments when customers show their appreciation of your hard work.less
Great bonuses, benefits, and celebrations
Exceptions to rules based on the person can make the job difficult.
Financial Services Representative (Former Employee) – Kansas City, MO – August 14, 2014
A typical day started out by setting up my teller station and processing all the night drops for retail and commercial customers. I also maintained a personal banker desk in the lobby. My day was spent helping customers with transactions, customer questions, opening and closing accounts for new and existing customers and making phone calls following up with potential and existing customers. I have learned a great deal from Citizens Bank & Trust such as my continued learning and growth in the financial industry. I have learned and masted the personal banking position such as helping customers find the right financial product that best fits their needs. I had great co-workers who were helpful, respectful and were always available to answer any questions I had. The hardest part of my job was switching back and forth from teller to personal banker and making sure I did each job to the best of my ability. The most enjoyable part of my job was the seeing and talking to the customers each day. I also really enjoyed my co-workers.
Everyday was a new day, always busy with customers or closing loans
Assistant Vice President/Collections (Current Employee) – Lake Wales FL – May 24, 2012
I start my day by contacting customers that are past due on their accounts. Most of them are nice and realize they are delinquent, but I treat them with respect and try to figure out a solution for them. Sometimes, I feel like I'm still in elementary with the rules, but co-workers are awesome to work with-lots of laughter! The hardest part of my job is informing customers we will be starting foreclosure or repossession. When I leave the office, I know I have helped a customer by listening and understanding their situation-I know I have done all I can do for them except make the payment. And my co-workers are fun to work!
working with great co-workers, great customers, and a variety of responsibilites.
IT department is understaffed and lacks direction and policies.
Network Administrator (Current Employee) – Lake Wales, FL – April 25, 2012
I handle way too many help desk issues and do not spend enough time on server/network issues. I have to say that the end-users are the most computer illiterate I have ever worked with. There is absolutely no end-user training either. There are no help desk policies in place, so anyone can submit a ticket about anything or they can call with the most ridiculous issue. Users do not ask other users when they encounter issues (even someone literally standing next to them); they instead pick up the phone and call IT (which means me!). It is very frustrating. I have way too many project to attend to and I am unable to get to them due to HD issues.
can't really think of any.
too many responsibilities, not enough time to get to them, too much time on help desk issues, end-user ignorance, lack of hd policies.