Interviews are nomally in a group for the first one and the second interview is independent.
Answered - Contact Center Representative (Former Employee) - Hoover, AL
Large panel interview. Uncomfortable but was easier to distinguish those who interview well.
Answered - Financial Services Representative (Former Employee) - New Port Richey, FL
Computer not very personal
Answered - Account Specialist (Current Employee) - Nashville, TN
The HR team was professional and friendly and asked relevant questions.
Answered - Systems Programmer (Intern) (Former Employee) - Hoover, AL
Three or four interviews
Answered - Proof operator (Former Employee) - Belleville, IL
They ask about your sales/referral success experience;
Meet with Branch Manager and Head Teller for Teller entry jobs.
Ask questions regarding seeing yourself in 5 years.
They give scenario questions regarding how you would handle certain situations.
Fed lies about how they like to promote from within. Empty promises for development.
The interviewer asks questions about what you think the role of a teller is, what you think will be expected of you, etc. Be prepared to talk a lot with very detailed questions. The one who gets the job is the one who is prepared.
Answered - Teller (Current Employee) - Florence, AL