Teller, Woodland, CA - July 9, 2016
typically, i will walk into the office in the morning and almost immediately be approached about a problem that i will for some reason need to fix, and throughout the day i will gather a list of tasks to accomplish with little time to do so, the cause of which being long lines of customers, or an employee not being able to solve their own problems, at which point i will need to intervene. although i do not hold a supervising position, my workload would suggest otherwise as i am constantly having to help others however i can, this is something i do not have an issue with, but management will not recognize this and compensate me fairly due to the fact that i am not a great salesperson. While for most bank employees, this is a requirement, which I understand. but what I lack in sales, i make up for greatly in my willingness to assist my coworkers with the day to day duties and bank policies and procedures that they may have some trouble with. i very much like being able to help my coworkers however i can, to see them succeed, and i believe i do a good job at it. however, i am seen as more of a burden than a help, just because i cant talk someone into applying for a loan to buy a brand new car or house.