Pros: location, morning hours
Cons: management, benefits, pay, lunches
They start you off at $10.50 hr, regardless of experience or been bilingual. Benefits are poor, they match your 41k after a year of employment for less than 5%. Also the PTO has to be accrued, so don't make any plans for the first year at least. Only 30 min lunches. Management care less about your personal life, don't matter your sick, your kid or whoever, make sure you go to work. PT tellers are required to work EVERY SATURDAY, only at this branch manager is not flexible. Other branches work with your schedule. You just can't have a personal life at this branch. Better benefits at a Bank rather than a Credit Union.