Pros: take lunch at your liesure, priority on safety, pay, hours and benefits
Cons: communication is lacking on corporate and local levels, emphasis on sales not customer satisfaction
You interact with existing customers while attempting to acquire new accounts or selling them additional programs. It is a great way to enhance your customer persuasion skills but not customer service as you are not given enough time to: talk to the customer that has an issue/complaint; analyze the problem and thoroughly correct it. Management is courteous and helpful if you are having issues with any portion of your duties, but beyond the branch, the communication breaks down and it affects your immediate managers. Co-workers were great for the most part, appreciative of any help you can give and they reciprocate the deed.
Selling was the hardest part of the job.
Never being in one spot, working independently and meeting new people were the highlights of job.